This January photo provided by the U.S. National Park Service shows vehicle tracks in an area of Death Valley National Park that park staff says can leave a lasting trench. National parks across the United States are scrambling to clean up and repair damage caused by visitors and storms during the government shutdown while bracing for another possible closure ahead of the usually busy President's Day weekend.
This January photo provided by the U.S. National Park Service shows vehicle tracks in an area of Death Valley National Park that park staff says can leave a lasting trench. National parks across the United States are scrambling to clean up and repair damage caused by visitors and storms during the government shutdown while bracing for another possible closure ahead of the usually busy President's Day weekend. U.S. National Park Service AP file
This January photo provided by the U.S. National Park Service shows vehicle tracks in an area of Death Valley National Park that park staff says can leave a lasting trench. National parks across the United States are scrambling to clean up and repair damage caused by visitors and storms during the government shutdown while bracing for another possible closure ahead of the usually busy President's Day weekend. U.S. National Park Service AP file