Analysis of accidents in the White Mountains (and nearby) in New Hampshire during the mild winter and spring 2016 include: benighted climbers on Mount Paugus; a dog rescues a lost teenager in Rindge; an underprepared hiker gets stuck going down Mount Washington; climbers get help by phone; a December hiker bushwhacking to avoid Franconia Brook gets in trouble; an experienced hiker collapses and dies on Franconia Ridge; a professional guide is found dead on the Castle Ravine Trail; A man slips and breaks his leg on Mount Cardigan; a skier falls and is badly hurt and a hiker slips and breaks his leg on the same day on Mount Washington; and more.
Appalachia: Vol. 68:
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