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Heavy Rains Close Rainbow Bridge National Monument in Utah

Heavy Rains Close Rainbow Bridge National Monument in UtahRainbow Bridge National Monument in Utah is closed indefinitely due to a trail washout after heavy rains fell in the area over the last several days, park rangers said on Sept. 13, 2013.

The damage includes a complete loss of approximately 150 feet of trail between the dock and the first shade structure, with a 21-foot drop-off into Bridge Creek. Debris has collected at the mouth of the creek and will need to be removed from the dock area.
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Glacier National Park Concessions Contract Awarded to Xanterra Parks & Resorts

Glacier National Park Concessions Contract Awarded to Xanterra Parks & Resorts Xanterra Parks & Resorts has been awarded the contract to operate concessions in northern Montana's Glacier National Park beginning in early January 2014, the National Park Service announced Aug. 13, 2013.

The 16-year contract covers the operations...
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Lincoln Exhibit Arrives at Homestead National Monument of America

Lincoln Exhibit Arrives at Homestead National Monument of America Homestead National Monument of America in Beatrice, Nebraska will offer visitors the chance to explore how major constitutional and political forces came together during the Civil War 150 years ago to impact the nation unto this day.

Entitled  the ex...
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Utah Promotes Visiting its Five National Parks This Summer

Utah Promotes Visiting its Five National Parks This Summer

Summer is well underway and adventure is heating up at Utah's five national parks, Zion, Bryce Canyon, Capitol Reef, Canyonlands and Arches, known as The Mighty 5.

Each of the five national parks in Utah, some of the most unique national parks in the ...

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Obama’s Signature on Pinnacles Gives California Nine National Parks

Obama’s Signature on Pinnacles Gives California Nine National Parks President Barack Obama has signed legislation changing Pinnacles National Monument into a national park, not only giving the Central Coast its first national park, but California the honor of having the most number of national parks of any state.

"The...
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