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Monthly Archives: July 2005
North Carolina has unveiled the design for the Mount Mitchell Sumit Tower.
Nature reports an astronomer on Mauna Kea has discovered Planet HD 188753 Ab which has three sunsets.
Accuweather is reporting the heat wave in the Southwest is breaking record high temperatures across the region. In Las Vegas, Nevada, a new record high was set Monday when the mercury topped out at 116 degrees. It may not be … Continue reading
DogFriendly.com has once again ranked cities in the United States and Canada to determine its newest list of the Top 10 Best Dog-Friendly Cities to Visit for 2005. This year we are doing something a little different from previous years. … Continue reading
The AP reports there have been 6 water/snowmelt fatalities in Sequoia National Park following the record snows this winter.
Various reports indicate five people died in recent accidents in the Alps including 3 fatalities on Mont Blanc and Eiger.
KVIPost reports three people died while climbing Ukraine’s highest point Hoverla to celebrate the 15th anniversary of this ex-Soviet republic’s declaration of sovereignty.
The 11-mile section of the Blue Ridge Parkway by Mount Mitchell damaged in the 2004 hurricanes has opened for the second time this season.
A Russian hiker was lowered by rope 200 feet to a litter after being injured on Tuckerman Ravine on Mount Washington according to WMUR.
Heat was blamed for hiking fatalities in the Grand Canyon and Lake Powell
KING5 reports the Oregon National Guard airlifted two hikers off of Emmons Glacier on Rainier.
Tahoe World reports there was a light turnout for its first annual Tahoe City Trailday for Pacific Crest thru-hikers.
The Daily News reports Erica Kutcher, 27, perished in an avalanche near Shipton Spire in Pakistan. The story has gotten massive publicity in the New York City media since she is a resident of Great Neck on Long Island. It … Continue reading
Official at Spray Lakes Provincial Park are trying to figure out why an off trail couple died while hiking Old Goat Glacier.
The annual Seek the Peek fundraiser to benefit the Mount Washington Observatory is traditionally the fourth weekend in July.