An aerial tram could transport lots of national park visitors to scenic alpine viewpoints. Ain’t gonna happen.
A better world through chemistry? Not when fellow hikers douse themselves in perfume.
Mt. Baker is a notable exception to the hundreds of peaks inside the boundaries of North Cascades National Park. Why isn’t this iconic mountain part of the park? Turns out, there are some good reasons.
In the 1960s, the Forest Service tried hard to retain jurisdiction over Cascade Pass, but couldn’t overcome public opinion — and the President.