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Category Archives: General
The AP reports there have been 6 water/snowmelt fatalities in Sequoia National Park following the record snows this winter.
Tahoe World reports there was a light turnout for its first annual Tahoe City Trailday for Pacific Crest thru-hikers.
Two Mountaineers instructors were killed on Sharkfin Tower in the North Cascades — the worst accident in the Club’s history.
The Denver Channel are puzzled over why Nathan Bell, 17, died while climbing at 10,200 feet near Cameron Pass during a six-day backpacking trip with his church group.
The AP reports Heather L. Paul, 34, of Jackson, died while descending Cloudveil Dome with a partner.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police have put up a coloring book urging children to hug a tree to survive — in other words stay in one place until rescuers come.
11 visitors were injured in a lightning strike at Old Faithful in Yellowstone.
CBC reports Geronimo Dagang fell 1,000 feet from a rock face in Alberta’s Jasper National Park Endless Chain Ridge.
CTV reports a grizzly killed a woman in a tree on Bench Trail in Canmore, Alberta.
The NPS Morning Report says a woman was rescued in heavy storm after she fell in Pecos River Canyon in Amistad NRA.
The NPS Morning Report says a male black bear in Glacier National Park was killed after it shredded shirts thrown at it and then swiped the car of a fleeing family.
The NPS morning report says William Autrey was found the foot of an 80 foot cliff in the Bromide Hill area of Chickasaw National Recreation Area in Oklahoma.
The Robson Valley Times reports a 21-year-old solo climber had a fatal fall on Mount Robson in Canada.
KYW reports Matthew Powell, a mountain bicyclist had to be airlifted from Ralph Stover State Park in Pennsylvania after fracturing his skull and hip and spending 24 hours in the park.
The Aspen Times Kip White who was roped with his son on Maroon Bells had a fatal fall.