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From the Mountaintop: Expedition Denali’s Epic Journey

On June 24,2013 Adina Scott made a satellite phone dispatch from 17,200 feet on Mount McKinley in Denali National Park. As part of the climbing team Expedition Denali, she and the 18 others had already spent a total of 16 days on the mountain and nearly a week camped at 14,200 feet. Now, they were […]

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Love in the Tetons

At the heart of every great adventure there is a love story. And for National Geographic Young Explorer Juan Martinez, the long journey from the streets of Los Angeles to the craggy peaks of the Grand Tetons took a romantic turn on the day he met National Park Ranger Vanessa Torres. Both dedicated to introducing […]

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Anonymous Rangers

“This is our home. It’s where we raised our family. And like other national parks we’ve worked in it’s a place we’ve worked hard to help people understand, enjoy and feel some ownership of. So it’s very hard to make efforts to keep people out when we’ve worked our whole lives to get people in.” […]

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NPS Wilderness

Now that we’re beginning the third week of a federal government shutdown in the United States it’s about time we start to take a look at what’s at stake when funding suddenly stops. One of the most compelling views of our nation stands to loose can be found in a thoughtful series of videos on […]

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Alex Honnold in Yosemite

The incredible artists at Camp 4 Collective feature free solo climber Alex Honnold in the first of four new videos produced to support the National Park Service. The series of short films features world-class athletes who share their life-long passion for the National Parks. Alex Honnold in Yosemite: National Parks Epic Challenge from National Park […]

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Cool on Kickstarter: The National Park Experience

  Independent filmmakers Amy Marquis and Dana Romanoff have a story to tell. And even though many of us might think that we’ve heard it before, it’s time to think again. In 2016 the world will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the creation of the National Park Service. And in the hopes of continuing the […]

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