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Monthly Archives: May 2006
The U.S. Postal service going to feature highpoints in several of its new America Land of Superlatives series.
There will be two Mount Washington bicycle races this year.
Missouri plans a Memorial Day reopening of Johnson Shut Ins that was heavily damaged in the Taum Sauk Reservoir in December.
Another set of dinosaur tracks have been found on Denali.
Officials are concerned after seven people have died in seven on an eight mile stretch of US 26 on Mount Hood.
Conservationist cleaning Ben Nevis were astonished to discover a piano near the summit.
Highlights thus far in the Everest 2006 season: the climb by a Playboy bunny, a double amputee, the oldest summiter (70), and the 16th climb by a sherpa.
Park Roundup: Mountaineer Lodge Snoqualmie Fire, Donald Trump Park, Delicate Arch Climb, Rocky Mountain Reprieve
Here’s the May 13 summary of park news including: Mountaineer Lodge Snoqualmie Fire, Donald Trump Park, Delicate Arch Climb, Rocky Mountain Reprieve.
Here is the May 13 round up of backcountry accidents in South Africa, Mount Lhotse, Everest, Russia
Christian Stangel claims to have climbed Elbrus in a record 5 hours 18 minutes.
Backcountry Accidents in Arizona, Colorado, Hawaii, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Missouri, Oregon, and Utah
Here’s the May 13, 2006 round up of backcountry accidents Arizona, Colorado, Hawaii, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Missouri, Oregon, and Utah.
Lost hikers in San Jacinto Mountains in California stumbled upon the campsite of a hiker missing for a year and his equipment is believed to have spared their lives.
The Grant Kuenzili case in Arizona where he was killed in a dog altercation is in a sensation trial there.
A rock slide has closed portions of Rainier Cayuse Pass highway until June.