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Waterton National Park: Im Waterton NP breitet sich das Feuer immer weiter aus, Menschen werden evakuiert

Forum: Allgemeine Reiseinformationen Hallo, ich hoffe, keine User dieses Forums sind betroffen, nachdem schon am 8. September die ersten Evakuierungen anliefen, damals noch auf freiwilliger Basis http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/calgary/kenow-wildfire-parks-canada-watert... http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/calgary/waterton-kenow-fire-pincher-creek-...   Beate  

Joshua Tree National Park: Road Closures

Forum: Allgemeine Reiseinformationen Zitat: Damage and debris caused by heavy rains over the weekend has resulted in several road closures. The Desert Queen Mine Road is closed as well as the Key’s Ranch Road from Echo Tee. Queen Valley Road, O’Dell Road, and Big Horn Pass are also closed. Repairs may take up to two weeks. Old Dale Road and Black Eagle Mine Road remain open. However, travel is not recommended at this time. Please obey all closure signs and don’t drive through fast moving water during rainy conditions.https://www.nps.gov/jotr/learn/news/road-closures-in-joshua-tree-national-park.htm

Columbia River Gorge: Brände in der Columbia River Gorge

Forum: Allgemeine Reiseinformationen Derzeit sind in der Columbia River Gorge zahlreiche Trails aufgrund von Brandstiftung gesperrt. Welche Trails betroffen sind findet ihr unter diesem Link. Auch Forest Roads sind betroffen. LG Mike

GroßraumLos Angeles: Brände führen zu Straßensperren

Forum: Allgemeine Reiseinformationen Hallo, wie ich heute den Nachrichten entnehmen konnte gibt es im Großraum Los Angeles größere Brände welche  u.a. auch zu Straßensperren geführt haben. Hier könnt Ihr nähere Details und die aktuelle Situation nachlesen . http://dpw.lacounty.gov/roadclosures/ http://www.lafd.org/alerts

Sequoia National Park : Verbot von Fahrzeugen > 22 ft wg. Bauarbeiten auf Südzufahrt (CA-SR-198)

Forum: Routenplanung USA Die Südzufahrt  (CA-SR-198)  n den Sequoia National Park war ja schon immer für größere Fahrzeuge > 22 ft. nicht empfohlen (" never recommended"),  jetzt sind diese größeren Fahrzeuge wegen Bauarbeiten zwischen Hospital Rock und Giant Forest  zumindest in diesem Jahr verboten ("prohibited"). Zufahrt nur über Hwy-180 von Norden möglich https://www.nps.gov/seki/planyourvisit/road-construction.htm

Rio Grande Village Campground Closure Extended Until 10/31/17

Forum: Allgemeine Reiseinformationen Zitat:   Big Bend National Park is conducting deferred maintenance projects in Rio Grande Village. The park is replacing a water tank and waste water lagoon liners at Rio Grande Village, which affects water availability and sewage treatment. Due to delays, the Rio Grande Village campground, RV full-hook up sites, as well as showers and laundry facilities at the Rio Grande Village Camp Store may have partial or temporary closures through October 31st. Visitors will still be able to visit the area including Boquillas Canyon, the Port of Entry, and Hot Springs. Pedestrian access to the Rio Grande Village Nature Trail will be available as well, but visitors are cautioned to watch for equipment on the roadways. The Chisos Basin and Cottonwood campgrounds remain open. The park reminds visitors that shower facilities and additional camping sites are available outside the park at Stillwell’s Ranch and RV park north of the park, and within Terlingua and Study Butte just west of the park. VisitBigBend.com provides additional information on these facilities. These two projects will help in reducing the $91 million dollars of deferred maintenance projects at Big Bend National Park, and will directly benefit visitors by maintaining safe drinking water and waste disposal for the future. Acting Superintendent David Larson says, “We appreciate the patience and understanding of our visitors as we seek to provide better and more sustainable facilities for the future generations to come.” https://www.nps.gov/bibe/learn/news/campground-closures-extended-at-big-bend-national-park.htm