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Monthly Archives: August 2005
NBC San Diego reports two people died in Separate water-related accidents Yosemite National Park last week.
Asia1.com reports prospects for job at ImageNet had to climb Mount Fuji in order to get an interview with the fashion label. Two executives of ImageNet waited at a table at the top to interview those who made it to … Continue reading
Itar-Tass reports rescuers have abandoned their attempts to rescue two Polish climbers who fell in a crevasse on Mount Ushba in Russia’s Kabardin-Balkar republic near Elbrus.
The NPS Morning Report notes two off trail hikers received burns after falling into thermal areas at Yellowstone.
The News Tribune reports that a massive search for a Connecitcut man missing on Rainier has been complicated because of his off route hiking.
The Boston Globe reports Cameron Shaw-Doran claims to have become the first person to climb the 7.6 mile Mount Washington Road in a wheelchair.
The Nashua Telegraph offers the following top ten list of things to do in the Mount Washington Valley besides climbing to the obsevatory.
Hill has posted an impressive tour of satellite images of U.S. highpoints using Google’s nifty new Google Earth service.
Sootoday reports Victor Rossokhaty was killed by a lightning strike on their tent at Topaz Lake on the La Cloche Silhouette Trail in the Killarney Provincial Park in Canada.
Hawaiichannel reports T-Mobile workers using the GPS coordinates of a phone organized a rescue of a mssing hiker in the Nu’uanu mountains.
The Seattle Times has a whimsical portrayal of designs for the Washington State quarter.
NASA has approved the construction of six new small telescopes as part of the Outrigger Observatory on Mauna Kea.
The Tribune reports Jefferson Adam Bruckner fell between 50 and 80 feet from a ledge on Bishop Peak in California.
Sony has agreed to a class action settlement regarding fake critic comments that pushed five movies including Vertical Limit.
The BBC reports Robin Cook collapsed on the 2,365 foot Ben Stack in Scotland.