Trail

NPS: partnership helped improve Teton Park trail

By Oil City Staff on July 20, 2021 Trail crew members are working on Hurricane Pass in 2020. According to the National Park Service, sections of the Teton Crest Trail are undergoing renovations in 2021. (Photo by J. Bonney; courtesy National Parks Service ) Grand Teton National Park announced a …

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Indian Trail Rescue says ducks were used as a shooting target

INDIAN TRAIL, NC (FOX 46 CHARLOTTE) – Carolina Waterfowl Rescue recently rescued 43 ducks from Martin Luther King Park in Statesville after several reports of injured and domestic ducks in the area. Injurying herself and surrendering birds is an unfortunate part of the rescue job, but when reports from Statesville …

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Tamarack Fire closes part of the Pacific Coast Trail

Eastern California National Forest officials said on Sunday they were closing a 26-mile stretch of the Pacific Coast Trail as a lightning-triggered wildfire exploded rapidly nearby and extreme weather conditions. dangerous threats threatened to worsen the situation. The Tamarack fire, which began July 4 in Alpine County, fell from 500 …

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Summit County trail traffic follows same trend as in 2020

Erik Stolz is preparing to hike a section of the Colorado Trail at the Rainbow Lake Trailhead in Frisco on Saturday, July 17, 2021. Local experts believe this year’s trail traffic will be roughly like 2020.Photo by Ashley Low / Ashley Low Photography Last summer turned out to be a …

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Ice Age Trail veterans stop in Wausau

WAUSAU, Wisconsin (WSAW) – Veterans who pledged to travel 1,200 miles on the Ice Age Trail in Wisconsin have stopped at Wausau Foreign War Veterans Station 388. The trail is traveled by many veterans a part of Warrior expeditions, a non-profit organization that teaches veterans how to use the outdoors …

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