Glacier NP:
Glacier National Park ready for winter
Winter has officially arrived in Glacier National Park as new-fallen snow has blanketed trails just in time for skiers.

Misc Parks News:
Massive task awaits Salazar at Interior
Sen. Ken Salazar has some homework to do.
If he's confirmed as interior secretary, he inherits a massive bureaucracy beset by perennial headaches, and some of the toughest issues are far outside his Colorado comfort zone.

Utah oil-and-gas auction marked by bogus bidder, Robert Redford and heated protest
More than 100 protesters outside a U.S. Bureau of Land Management oil-and-gas drilling lease auction Friday in Salt Lake City charged the federal government with selling off 164,000 acres of public land for private profit, potentially defiling some of the state’s most treasured national parks.

Mount Ranier NP:
Mount Rainier shows off new visitor center
Winter recreation provides only a tiny fraction of the annual visitation to Mount Rainier National Park, but on some days travelers would never know it.

Yellowstone NP:
Airport moves forward with pricey safety audit
Members of the Jackson Hole Airport board will go forward with a safety audit despite worries over a preliminary price tag that tops $700,000.