Photo of the day: Meet one of the only sled dogs working to protect a national park
The beautiful Tephra is one of the sled dogs that helps rangers monitor and protect the park during winter, an important role as old as the park itself.
Yosemite asks visitors to leave their drones at home
Park administrators warn visitors that drones are banned from all national parks and users will be fined.
America’s national parks are full of natural wonders, but they’re also home to many things that can strike fear in the hearts of hesitant hikers: dark caverns, wild animals and complete isolation. For the most part, there’s nothing to fear, but if you’re looking to add a little spook to your next outdoor adventure, check out these parks. Local legends, historic hauntings and creepy creatures make these national parks the perfect places for scary hikes.
8 creepiest places in U.S. national parks