Climber’s Body Found on Mt. Hood; Two Still Missing
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Three climbers left Timberline Lodge on Friday at 1 am to climb Oregon's Mt. Hood. They did not return the same afternoon. Authorities were notified and began setting up a search and rescue effort.
Yesterday authorities said they found 26-year-old Luke T. Gullberg of Des Moines, Washington dead at roughly 9,000 feet. The two other climbers, 29-year-old Katti Nolan of Portland and Anthony Vietti of Longview, Washington, have not been found. Around 30 volunteers with Portland Mountain Rescue will continue the search today.
To learn more about the climb up Mt. Hood, check out this virtual tour of the mountain from Portland Mountain Rescue.
For complete detailed coverage of the search, complete with photos and maps, check out The Oregonian.