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Category Archives: Fatal
KOIN reports Curtis Charles Meister fell 100-150 feet to his death on Goat Mountain, outside Estacada, Oregon. The friends said they were all hiking when Meister said he wanted to climb down the cliff. He lost his grip and fell … Continue reading
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer reports Carl Warren Skoog, 46, said to be one of the world’s best backcountry ski photographers died while descending the steep southern face of 22,210-foot Mount Mercedario in the Argentine Andes.
Police are investigating the mystery 200 foot plunge from a bridge of a father and son at Yellowstone.
WLNS reports Debra Murray fell 30 feet while hiking in Canyon Falls Park in Baraga County in Michigan.
The AP reports a soloist on Yosemite’s Half Dome was the park’s sixth fatality this season.
Various sources report Steven Lynch, 54, died from hypothermia while climbing in the Alaska range.
Sify reports six soldiers from India were swept away in an avalanche on 7,163 metre high Chaukhamba.
The Billings Gazette reports the body of a hiker climbing Granite was found in a canyon about 3 miles from Mystic Lake.
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.
The Tribune reports Jefferson Adam Bruckner fell between 50 and 80 feet from a ledge on Bishop Peak in California.
The BBC reports Robin Cook collapsed on the 2,365 foot Ben Stack in Scotland.
Longmontfyi reports the body of the first climbing ranger to perish on active duty in Rocky Mountain National Park has been found near Spectacle Lakes, southeast of Ypsilon Mountain.
Banffcragcanyon reports two Europeans were killed in an avalanche on Mount Robson, the highest peak in the Canadian Rockies.
JHZone reports Sandra Edmiston, 22, fell 60 feet during a rappel down Rodeo Wall in Snake River Canyon in Wyoming.
Chintan Chokshi, 24, was swept 300 feet over Yosemite’s Vernal Fall after jumping a fence.