I encourage people in our community to get involved and help protect our Flathead way of life
By Dave August
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Following the recent tragic deaths of two storied mountaineers in Glacier National Park, this week host Micah Drew brings two stories of Glacier adventures gone sideways, but ended with all parties home safely.
When Shelley Giebeig first learned of Cliff Doe — one of Flathead County’s only unidentified deaths — she thought she might never learn his true identity. But then a DNA discovery helped crack the decades-old case.
Two of the most experienced mountaineers in Glacier National Park's history of alpinism died in a climbing accident last month, devastating a close-knit community of family, friends and fellow adventure-seekers who are still trying to unravel what happened