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Monthly Archives: January 2006
You really have to wonder why Ameren has not been showing any contrition in the Taum Sauk disaster.
The Ã¢â‚¬Å“Aconcagua CondorÃ¢â‚¬Â (Angelo Darrigo) broke his Everest hang glider height reocrd with a 9,100 meter (29,850 feet) flight over Tupungato volcano in the Andean Cordillera (Range) breaking his very own Everest 2004 altitude record.
Clmbing legend Ed Viesturs raised a huge blue flag with the number 12 atop the Seattle Space Needle.
The increase in Kilimanjaro fees from US $30 to $60 has not decreased the number of visitors.
Sylvestor Stallone will be marketing “Sly Water” from Mount Rainier’s Carbon glacier starting in March.
The National Forest has cut its ties with the Chattahoochee Oconee Forest Interpretive Association which staffs the gift shop at Brasstown Bald with volunteers
Indian tribes are seeking to rename Custer State Park to Chief Crazy Horse State Park.
The Taum Sauk Reservoir had a Niagra Falls style overflow on September 26 at the same spot that collapsed on December 14 — one day after the reservoir received an engineering award.
Mount Magazine construction work on the 60-room lodge and 13 guest cabins has reached its final stages and is supposed to be finished sometime in January.
Tanner Toops, the last child injured in the Taum Sauk disaster has gone home.
Interim Baxter Park Director Jensen Bissell, of Milo has been promoted to replace Buzz Caverly at the park.
Heather Wilson, 43, of Hartford, Conn., was rescued on Hopper Trail on Greylock suffering from hypothermia.
Authorities have closed a trail to Kilimanjaro After three Americans were killed in a rock slide.
30 year old Borja Oviedo suffered a heart attack10 metres short of the 6,962m high summit of Aconcaqua. Spanish climber dies in the Andes Wed, 11 Jan 2006, 17:32
Climbers have discovered the skeletel remains of a hiker belived lost on Mount Cook in the 1980s.