The race will use abandoned mining towns and other unpopulated areas as checkpoints this year.
Hawfinch sightings in Haines Junction are a first for the Yukon Territory and a first for Canada.
Democratic lawmakers in Congress have filed a bill that would reverse the Trump administration’s decision to exempt the nation’s largest national forest from the 2001 rule that restricts road-building and other development.
Research shows that it wasn’t mainly beginning or intermediate backcountry users who triggered avalanches during the pandemic.
Safari Club International is appealing a decision from a federal judge to uphold hunting and trapping restrictions in the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge.
With the pandemic still going and the courthouse closed, wedding planning took a different spin.
With indoor rinks closed to public skate, new and experienced skaters alike are turning to natural rinks to get their fix.
From mid-June to mid-October, Dan Binde of Minnesota hiked from Yakutat, in the northern reaches of Alaska’s Inside Passage, across the Alaska Peninsula, to Unimak, the largest and easternmost of the Aleutian Islands.
In the urban avalanche advisory for Tuesday, Juneau emergency programs manager Tom Mattice wrote that recent storms have brought cycles of snow, rain and freezing mist, leading to a snowpack that was “definitely developing more questionable weak layers.”
When all that rock fell, it shook the earth equivalent to a magnitude 2.8 or 2.9 earthquake.