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North Cascades National Park

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  • n. a national park in Washington that is an alpine wilderness area featuring gold rush and logging campsites

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Examples

  • Park and forest officials told Washington state last summer that its plan worsens air quality at North Cascades National Park and Glacier Peak Wilderness.

    EPA Misses Deadlines In Reducing Haze Over National Parks

  • North Cascades National Park spokeswoman Kerry Olson said that John Arum was reported missing Monday, and is thought to be by himself in the area around the mountain.

    John Arum Missing: Bob Arum Son, Vanishes In Cascade Mountains

  • My YCC site was in the North Cascades National Park in Washington State, a breathtakingly gorgeous region with terrain ranging from alpine peaks and glaciers dotted with crystal blue lakes that literally sparkled in the sun to lowland forests, from mossy dark green water-soaked temperate rainforests to dry ponderosa pine ecosystems.

    THE STORY OF STUFF

  • The summer I worked in the North Cascades National Park taught me about more than trees.

    THE STORY OF STUFF

  • MARBLEMOUNT, Wash. mdash; The National Park Service says the body of boxing promoter Bob Arum's son has been recovered in North Cascades National Park.

    John Arum Found Dead In Mountains

  • And while mortality rates nearly doubled in North Cascades National Park during that time, they only crept up a little in Rainier.

    The Seattle Times

  • For the third time in as many years, the National Park Service is seeking bidders to run a lodge, restaurant, general store and other concessions in the wilderness of North Cascades National Park.

    The Seattle Times

  • Additional unconfirmed packs may exist in the Blue Mountains, North Cascades National Park and Kittitas County, according to the draft document.

    The Seattle Times

  • No one can recall the last time an illegal immigrant hiked into the rugged and remote wilderness of Glacier National Park in an attempt to slip into the U.S. But that isn't stopping some in Congress from proposing to give border agents control over environmental laws in protected areas such as the popular tourist attraction in Montana, Washington's North Cascades National Park and all federal land within 100 miles of the U.S. border.

    The Seattle Times

  • It is like one in a year, not thousands, said North Cascades National Park superintendent Chip Jenkins, who believes the current laws are fine for his area of Washington state.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

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