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  • Temporary Closures Due To Fire Danger!

    Due to the inundation of the national wildfire response system, the lack of trained wildland firefighting staff within the park, and severe fire danger, Pinnacles National Park is implementing a temporary closure of the west unit of the park and all trail

Chief Ranger Mark Igo Retires

Chief ranger Mark Igo is retiring. Mark's career has taken him to Big Bend, Amistad, Glen Canyon, Curecanti, back to Glen Canyon, then to Pinnacles. Friday will be his last day in the office. Mark and Marlene will become full-time travelers in their motor home and will be visiting many of the areas they haven't been able to get to during the last 27 years. Friends Of Pinnacles wishes Mark and Marlene the best of luck in their endeavors.


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  • Temporary Closures Due To Fire Danger!

    Due to the inundation of the national wildfire response system, the lack of trained wildland firefighting staff within the park, and severe fire danger, Pinnacles National Park is implementing a temporary closure of the west unit of the park and all trail

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