A 20-year-old hiker slipped and fell 70 feet to his death in upstate New York's Zoar Valley last weekend. Sheriff's officials had to rappel into the steep gorge to recover the man's body.
Officials found the 48-year-old man's body at the bottom of a cliff.
Authorities determine that a family fell 200 feet down one of Zoar Valley's steepest cliffs.
The hikers fell in two separate incidents last weekend.
The 29-year-old autistic man endured some of the year's hottest temperatures.
The 36-year-old man was hiking to the Big Chief crag at the time.