Man Dies in Climbing Accident

A 20-year-old male fell while climbing the Dragon's Tail ridgeline

By Micah Drew

Two Bear Air recovered the body of a man who fell while climbing in Glacier National Park on July 21.

Park dispatchers received a call Tuesday evening of a climbing accident near Logan Pass.

An unidentified 20-year-old male was climbing on a ridge known as Dragon’s Tail, southwest of Mount Reynolds. Around 7:30 p.m., the climber fell several hundred feet towards Hidden Lake.

Search and rescue efforts began immediately, Two Bear Air was dispatched and the body was located that evening.

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