Park officials said three other climbers have been evacuated off Denali so far this season, one with frostbite and two with high-altitude pulmonary edema.
Boosters say destinations like the Appalachian Trail bring in tourists and revenue for the communities they pass through.
The proposal has gotten so much attention that the state’s Department of Natural Resources has extended the public comment period through May 20.
The proposal imposes the heaviest restrictions on only the biggest, boomiest types of fireworks legal to sell in Alaska.
Several projects up for funding this fiscal year fall on the Kenai Peninsula, including two at the Russian River Campground.
To bolster the country’s preparedness for a warming world and create jobs, President Biden wants to retool and relaunch one of the most celebrated U.S. government programs, first established by FDR.
Mason Stansfield of Ouray, Colorado was ski-mountaineering with a partner when he fell into the crevasse on Monday afternoon.
A trio passing through the area last Thursday said the bear didn’t leave them alone until they maced it on a bridge near the trailhead.
Owner Robert Murphy hopes to have most of the work on the hydro system done by this fall with a rollout of hydropower for his buildings targeted for next spring.
Alaska State Parks Ranger Jack Ransom said his department got three separate reports Thursday and Friday about a large, aggressive black bear on the Tonsina Creek Trail.