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Monthly Archives: May 2005
Arizona Central reports authorities have had a rash of rescues at South Mountain Park near Phoenix including rescuing a naked man.
AP reports Blue Ridge Parkway between Mount Mitchell and N.C. 80 will be open in time for Memorial Day weekend although a short section will be only one lane.
CBS5 reports Kathy Karlen used a lighted cell phone to flag a rescue helicopter at Shiloh Park near Windsor, California.
Canada.Com reports a climber broke both legs when a ledge gave way while he was climbing Mount Yamnuska in Alberta.
Webindia reports Slovenian Marko Lihteneker apparently died while descending from Everest.
The News Tribune report 2 Lakewood climbers died on the Muir Snowfield in whiteout conditions on Rainier.
The Oregonian reports the Oregon National Guard airlifted two climbers after an avalanche injured them on the North Sister.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports on the closure of North Chagrin Reservation after a pair of aggressive female coyotes bit a bicyclist and a pet dog over the weekend. Officials have killed one of the coyotes which is believed to … Continue reading
The AP reports Zion National Park is not issuing permits for its popular Narrows Trail because of run off from this season’s heavy snow.
Following the record low snow year, Mount Hood Meadows Ski Resort is asking permission to build a million gallon tank to handel snow making chores according to Oregon Live.
Reuters reports Italian climber Christian Kunters, 42, died in an avalanche on Annapurna.
The Catholic News and other publications report a The Gendarme peak on the Grand Sasso in Italy’s Appennines has been renamed John Paul’s Peak.
The AP reports the American Alpine Club has formally opposed proposals for climbers to pay for rescues.
Dan Robbins who has an extensive Borah web presence is featured on t.v. and in magazines year.
The Boston Globe reports a new variation on geocache — called letterboxing.