Ross Dam Haul Road Repair (2014)
A short segment of the Ross Dam Haul Road between the Diablo Lake trail suspension bridge and the tunnel remains closed to public use due to ongoing repair and rehab work on a portion originally damaged during a March 2010 landslide. More »
Notice of Planned Work - Cascade River Road (Fall 2014)
The Cascade River Road will be closed from September 8 until late October 2014 to all public use (including foot, bicycle, and vehicle traffic) at the Eldorado gate (3 miles from road's terminus) in order to perform permanent road and culvert repairs. More »
Public Comments sought for Meteorological Monitoring in Alpine Areas
Contact: Jon Riedel, 360 854-7330
The National Park Service is seeking public comments for a proposal to upgrade the existing meteorological monitoring network to gather better information on weather, climate and precipitation patterns. This action is needed to support North Cascades’ long term ecological monitoring program, and to improve understanding of watershed processes and glacier dynamics in response to global climate change.
The National Park Service, in cooperation with Seattle City Light, Puget Sound Energy and the Natural Resource Conservation Service would implement the following actions:
· Convert the existing Browntop Ridge snow course and Easy Pass aerial marker to Snowpack Telemetry (SNOTEL) stations.
· Install basic climate monitoring stations near Silver Glacier and Noisy Glacier.
· Discontinue use of the Jasper Pass aerial marker and remove equipment (within 5 years of Easy Pass upgrade).
Comments on this Environmental Assessment must be postmarked or submitted via the internet, fax or hand delivery no later than Friday, October 17, 2007. Questions regarding this proposal should be directed to Jon Riedel, Geologist (360.854.7330; email@example.com).
You may submit your comments by any of the following methods:
By mail or hand delivery to: Superintendent
North Cascades National Park Service Complex
810 State Route 20
Sedro-Woolley, WA 98284
By fax to: (360) 856-1934
Did You Know?
There are more insects in the Park than any other group of animals; in fact, 95% of all animal species on earth are insects. Take your time to explore the breathtaking world of butterflies, beetles, and bugs. More...