Leave No Trace Completes Work at Washington’s Mount Rainier National Park

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Leave No Trace Completes Work at Washington’s Mount Rainier National ParkNews

by Alycia on November 17, 2011 with 0 comment

The Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics recently completed work at Mount Rainier National Park’s Paradise Area, a 2011 Leave No Trace-designated “Hot Spot.” Located in Washington, Mount Rainier National Park receives up to two-million visitors a year. At Paradise, the most heavily visited area of the park containing 26 miles of trails, recreation-related …

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Mountain Climbers Protest Avalanche of Excessive Government FeesNews

by Alycia on March 9, 2011 with 0 comment

Climbers Tell Washington: “Don’t Increase Park Fees. Cut Waste and Create Efficiency Instead.” Faced with an unprecedented 150% increase in mountaineering fees on the highest peak in the United States, Mount Denali (McKinley), Alaska, as well as increases in fees at other National Parks, the American climbing community has come to the U.S. capital to …

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