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WE ARE COMING TO ALASKA IN THE FIRST WEEK OF AUGUST AND WANT TO SEE BEARS IN THEIR NATURAL HABITAT CAN U HELP US
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Denali National Park & Preserve, Auto/Motorcycle, Bears, Dog Mushing, Fly Fishing, Four-Wheel Driving, Wildlife Watching, Native American History, Swimming, Lake Fishing, Moose, Wolves, Golfing, Park Passes and Fees, Photography
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Denali National Park is deep in the heart of Alaska's bear country. It is almost impossible to drive through the park without seeing a bear. One of your best bets to see a bear is take one of the many bus tours offered by the park. These tours afford visitors the chance to become familiar with the park and surrounding areas. Denali is a largely pristine, undeveloped park. A few years ago a conscious decision was made to not develop its hiking trails. 

Bears are most often found near where they feed. They are most often seen in many of the berry patches in the park.

During the summer it is very important to follow proper safety precautions. Park Rangers can alert you to proper procedures to avoid injuries in bear country. Bears can be particularly hostile during this time of year while they are raising their young. Always remember, bears are wild and if startled can be deadly. 

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When is route 12 between Boulder and Torrey in Utah closed?
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Capitol Reef National Park, Utah, Fossils, Geology, Camping, Hiking, Park Passes and Fees, Photography
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Highway 12 does not close for the winter but is occasionaly closed during very heavy snow storms. The section between Boulder and Torrey is not ploughed at night. Watch for deer!

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Route 12 doesn't have scheduled closings, but has been known to close from time to time during heavy storms or other natural occurrences.  These two sites have a good bit of information on the drive, things to do along the way, and information for up-to-the-minute road information.

Safe travels!


http://www.scenicbyway12.com/
http://www.utah.com/byways/highway_12.htm

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Is it possible to enter in Arches NP during the night?
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Arches National Park, Utah, Hiking, Photography
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Arches is open all year round, 24 hours a day.  You can enter the park at night and pay the fee on your way out in the morning.  Arches can be a fantastic place for photographing the stars at night.  Make sure to use a cable release and let the camera soak up the available light over long exposures, anywhere from 2 minutes to 2 hours to get star trails.  

Make sure you are ready for the weather.  There can be a drastic difference in temperatures in desert climates, up to 50 degrees between day and night.   For more information on visiting Arches National Park, click here.

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Muench's Make National Parks Photography a Family Tradition

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For three generations, the name Muench has been synonymous with images that capture the beauty, diversity and majesty of the American landscape. The patriarch of the Muench family, Josef, started the family’s photographic journey in Germany at the turn of the century, traveling from Bavaria to Detroit to Santa ...

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Lester

Lester was born in Southern California in the early 60’s in what started out as a rural area. He watched the exponential grow all around him thought the 60’s and 70’s. In fact one of his fond early childhood memories was playing in a corn field across from his house that later became the high school he graduated from. Lester loved camping and the mountains from an early age so when the time came for college Lester moved some 700 miles north and attended Humboldt State University. He graduated with a B.S. in Natural Resources, Planning and Interpretation in 1984.

Tim R.

Tim has been an interpreter for 15 years, coordinating environmental education in northeastern Massachusetts for the past 10 of them. Tim enjoys all sorts of outdoor adventures, discovering cultural stories, and sharing what makes places special.

Bob D

Bob Dispenza has been with Allen County Parks since 2001, first as Director of Environmental Education, then as Park and Education Manager at Metea County Park.

Bob is a life member of the National Association for Interpretation (NAI), and is certified as an Interpretive Trainer and Interpretive Guide.  He has earned the NAI Region 4 Distinguished Service Award in 1997, the R

Rachel Demascal

I have a B.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies from Centenary College of Louisiana and an M.S. in Resource Interpretation from Stephen F. Austin State University in Texas. I am certified as a Heritage Interpreter and an Interpretive Guide by the National Association for Interpretation. I am a park naturalist and the director of Earth Camp at Walter B. Jacobs Memorial Nature Park in Caddo Parish, Louisiana.

Robin N.

I've worked as an interpreter/ranger for over 20 years in the Columbia River Gorge, which divides Oregon and Washington.
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