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  • Anchors away?

    A committee of rock climbers, wilderness advocates, Forest Service officials and others is at a stalemate on the question of whether permanent climbing anchors should be allowed in wilderness areas.

  • Hikers stumble into an old dispute

    A plan to extend the Continental Divide Trail through northern New Mexico's Rio Arriba County meets opposition from Hispanic locals, who claim the land under old Spanish land grants and say that until their land is returned, no trail will go through.

  • Continental Divide Trail

    Volunteers are needed to help maintain the Continental Divide Trail from Montana to New Mexico.

  • Happy campers we shall always be

    Although boring food, banged-up bodies and origami maps make camping a lot harder than it looks in the Dodge Dakota commercials, something like a middle-of-the-night look at the Milky Way makes all the trouble worthwhile.

  • Less climbing to the top

    Some Oregon hikers are opposed to Mount Hood National Forest officials' proposal to drastically reduce the number of people allowed on 20 of the forest's most popular trails.

  • Keeping hikers and habitat happy

    "Planning Trails with Wildlife in Mind: A Handbook for Trail Planners," a publication from Colorado State Parks, offers suggestions on how to keep hiking trails from interfering with wildlife.

  • Guidebook with attitude

    A book review of "100 Classic Hikes in Washington" by Ira Spring and Harvey Manning.

  • Colorado Fourteeners Initiative

    Volunteers are being sought by the Colorado Fourteeners Initiative to restore heavily eroded trails on Colorado's highest peaks.

  • 'Ecotourism' - a gold mine for ailing agencies?

    "Heritage Expeditions" for ambitious ecotourists with extra cash, are a new part of the user fee demonstration program that some think will raise money while educating people about natural and cultural sites.

  • Glacier National Park

    Reservations for camping in Glacier National Park may be made up to three months in advance, beginning March 15, 1998.

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