Hiking Accident Prevention: Avoiding Fatal Hiking Mistakes In National Parks
S T O R I E S P A S T A N D P R E S E N T
Risky Techniques ♦ Inexperience ♦ Hiking In Extreme Heat ♦ and Lone Hiking – Lead To Fatal Mistakes In National Parks
N E W S A R T I C L E S
NationalParksTraveler.org 6/22/21 – Deaths Rising In National Park System, By NPT Staff
The Seattle Times and The San Franciso Chronicle June 11, 2018 – Witness Describes Death Plunge Of Two Yosemite Climbers, By Peter Fimrite.
OutsideOnline.com, August 9, 2018 -“Whitney Has Turned Into An Overcrowded Catastrophe, By Megan Michelson.
KUNC Radio (KUNC.org) November 27, 2018 – Hiking Alone: Common Thread In Four Rocky Mountain National Park Fatalities, Searches, By Michael de Yoanna.
KUNC Radio (KUNC.org) July 17, 2018 – Rocky Mountain National Park Is Third For Most Search And Rescues, By Michael de Yoanna.
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Posted on July 12, 2021, in Hiking Accidents and Fatalities, Hiking Safety, national parks and tagged Fatal hiking mistakes, national parks, prreventable hiking fatalities. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.