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1. Scottsdale Native Trails
(Events/Festivals)
Scottsdale Native Trails On January 20, 2011, Native Trails, presented by the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation and produced by the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts, debuts its eighth season of free ...
... / Website: http://azstateparks.com/Parks/LODU/index.html Named after the fabled lost gold mine, Lost Dutchman State Park is located in the Sonoran Desert, 40 miles east of Phoenix, Ariz. Several trails ...
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... summer. Autumn is also the time to see tallgrass prairie grasses reach towering heights of six feet along the trails in the bottomland prairie. The change in seasons also brings about changes in visitor ...
... one of the oldest traces or trails in North America, having first been used by Native Americans as far back as prehistoric times. Extending from Tennessee to South Carolina, the Turnpike was later used ...
... ingenuity of these people. Take your time as you explore the trails at Montezuma Well and discover the tranquility of a site still considered sacred by many local tribes. The shaded forest along the trail ...
7. Capitol Reef National Park Reopens Hickman Bridge Trail
(National & State Parks/Other NPs)
... km) is one of the most popular trails in Capitol Reef National Park. This trail provides great views of the reef, Capitol Dome, the spectacular Hickman Bridge and also provides access to the Rim Overlook ...
... the South Entrance and the Lower Grove area during peak use periods Building accessible trails through the grove to allow for improved access without impacting the sequoia trees and other sensitive areas. ...
9. National Parks Re-open Across the West
(National & State Parks/Other NPs)
... of America in Beatrice, Nebraska also re-opened to visitors Friday. Visitors can access the Heritage Center, Education Center, historic structures and trails. "We are happy to be back at work and welcome ...
... Silverton All opening dates are subject to change. Colorado boasts 300 days of sunshine and more than 300 inches of snow per year with 29,426 acres of skiing, 220 lifts and 1,761 trails at 21 resorts. ...
... in exploring as well. There are still a couple of options inside Yosemite as well. The Redwoods in Yosemite is a collection of private vacation rentals in Wawona. They also have some hiking trails on ...
... Flat, and the Old Coulterville Road west and north of its junction with 1st Street (near Foresta). Rangers have also closed a number of wilderness trails. These include the area west of the May Lake Road ...
... North Rim Trail. Then east along the North Rim trail to the Yosemite Creek trail north to the Tioga Road. The closure then follows the Tioga Road east to the May Lake Road. The trails serving as the eastern ...
... Faraway Ranch, day-use picnic areas, a visitor center and bookstore, and several trailheads. Trails in the monument are passable but users may encounter debris piles and loose soils. Hikers are reminded ...
15. Donal Jolley’s Passion for the Southwest
(People & Lifestyle/People of the West)
Red sandstone canyon walls, thick pine and juniper habitats, narrow backcountry trails, cool waterfalls, pools of water on a hot summer's day and even snowy, stormy winters-all just a perfect place for ...
... the world. With Anchorage's picturesque mountains, world-class sport fishing, scenic views, and over 300 miles of hiking and biking trails, it's a natural fit for summer travelers looking for a breathtaking ...
... last year in a system of state parks, historic and natural areas, trails, and other special programs.  ...
Seven trails in five Western states were designated as national recreation trails on May 31, 2013 by Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell and Director of the National Park Service Jonathan B. Jarvis. ...
... Lake campgrounds will open June 28. Many of the park trails still have snow coverage, including Lassen Peak and Brokeoff Mountain trails. Hikers will find that travel in snow-covered areas requires sturdy ...
... its commitment to families by offering something for every everyone including: a dedicated bike park with over 50 miles of cross-country and downhill trails, high-altitude golfing, tennis, stocked fishing ...
... Segner said. Most of the Sedona country is rarely visited, is vast, and Ritson has found many incredible places where it is unlikely to see anyone else, Segner said. To experience the Sedona hiking trails ...
22. Snow Removal on Grand Teton Park Road Now Underway
(National & State Parks/Grand Teton)
... Visitors may continue to use other winter trails, or areas adjacent to the Teton Park Road, for skate-skiing, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing until conditions are no longer favorable. For safety ...
... trails, seeking the significance of travelers who came before, and the forgotten lives of former desert residents. Gabriel Thorburn's photography illustrates the places that inspired the poetry. Prints ...
Visitors to Scottsdale, Arizona can get a rare glimpse into the Native American nations that span the Southwest during the 11th season of Native Trails, presented by the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation and ...
... during the first half of the 10-night rodeo and trails Harris in the world standings by $65,231. Steer wrestler Trevor Knowles had posted four strong performances to open the NFR, but was looking for ...
... and trails leading into the area around the Fern Lake Fire remain closed. Beaver Meadows Visitor Center is open daily from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Fall River Visitor Center is open weekends from 9 a.m. ...
... to make reservations for special programs or organized groups. To commemorate National Winter Trails Day on Saturday, Jan. 12, 2013 a special snowshoe program will be offered at 10:30 a.m. from the Kohm ...
... to restore trails, protect wildlife through scientific research and habitat restoration, and offers outdoor programs that provide visitors with unique ways to connect with the park. It has funded projects ...
In response to increased complaints and collisions on local trails, the National Park Service (NPS) has teamed with the Concerned Off-Road Bicyclist Association (CORBA) to promote safe and courteous riding ...
... pets are still prohibited on trails and outside of developed areas and road corridors. Signs at the closed gate on Old Fall River Road may be changed at any time, showing the road is closed to cyclists ...
... is known for its "Wonderland of Rocks" waiting for visitors to explore. The 8-mile paved scenic drive and 17-miles of day-use hiking trails provide opportunities to discover the beauty, natural sounds, ...
... must hike at least three miles on specially-marked trails and find "Hike the Hoodoos" benchmark survey markers along the way.   Visitors may either obtain rubbings of the benchmarks, or take pictures ...
... on Friday after having been closed during fire-fighting operations. Trails that were directly in the path of the fire were closed and remain closed. Also, no wilderness permits are being issued until ...
...  Summit Lake (north and south), Butte Lake, Lost Creek and Crags Campgrounds remain closed to visitors. Numerous trails remain closed in the park including the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT), from Corral ...
With no immediate containment in sight, northern California's Reading Fire continues to burn inside Lassen Volcanic National Park, forcing the closure of roads, campgrounds and many trails to park visitors. ...
Guardian Rock and the Crystal Creek Falls trails have reopened in Whiskeytown National Recreation Area in northern California, a unit of the National Park Service, and are now accessible to visitors who ...
37. Rangers Identify Woman Who Died in Yellowstone Fall
(National & State Parks/Yellowstone)
...  Visitors are reminded that hiking close to canyon rims in the park is extremely dangerous. Staying on posted, designated canyon rim trails is a must due to the instability of loose dirt and rock near ...
... hiking close to canyon rims in the park is extremely dangerous. Staying on posted, designated canyon rim trails is a must due to the instability of loose dirt and rock near ledges.  ...
... to all areas of the park, including all filling stations on the North Kaibab and Bright Angel Trails. Repair of the damaged section of the North Kaibab Trail is ongoing. Hikers should be aware that temporary ...
40. Yosemite’s Tioga Road Opens for 2012 Summer Season
(National & State Parks/Yosemite)
... past winter (approximately 50 percent of normal), the Tioga Road was able to be cleared of snow early into the summer season. Snow and icy conditions may still exist on hiking trails at the higher ...
... hiking trails, beautiful grassy picnic areas, a pond and dormitory facilities for MRCA's overnight educational camps. Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area (SMMNRA) is the largest urban national ...
... occupation on Mesa Verde, and will be introduced to the ecology of the Pinyon Juniper woodlands. This moderate four-hour, four-mile round trip hike along gravel and paved trails crosses Wetherill Mesa ...
... a six-foot leash at all times and are not allowed on trails. From April 1-12, campers must self-register in the campground; beginning April 12, register at Gold Bluffs Beach entrance kiosk. Jedediah ...
... with the Easter Bunny at Granby Ranch's Seven Trails Grille. Guests are invited to reserve a table for the special Easter Brunch by calling 970-887-5200. Arapahoe Basin The Beach'N Egg Hunt is on again ...
... burns can occur. Due to the unpredictability of weather patterns, wind speed and direction, and relative humidity, the lead time to notify visitors is on short notice. Some trails and areas may be closed ...
... modern facilities for comfort and convenience. All the recreation sites have easy bicycle access. Natural surface trails pass through the pinyon/juniper forests and onto mesas offering spectacular views ...
... Peak State Park. Enjoy the view as you hike the trails that wind up the peak and, often in the spring, overlook a sea of wildflowers. The park and surrounding area are known for its unique geological ...
48. Hiker Dies in Accidental Fall at Grand Canyon National Park
(National & State Parks/Grand Canyon)
... County Medical Examiner. No additional information was available at this time. Nearly 5 million people visit Grand Canyon each year. Rangers respond to a variety of reports of hikers falling off trails ...
... containers, to potential effects on public safety. Grand Canyon National Park has experienced increasing amounts of litter associated with disposable plastic bottles along trails both on the rim and ...
... to arrive at Memorial Park on Feb. 24. Annually more than 3,000 riders help celebrate the Old West and the 13 historic trails and cattle drives that made Texas famous. The Downtown Rodeo Parade and ConocoPhillips ...
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