The unidentified man was hiking along a 2-mile trail, with an average height of 70 feet, to Arethusa Falls, a White Mountains waterfall, when he went ahead of his two friends to the top of the falls, the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department said in a statement.
A day earlier, on Sept. His climbing partner told first responders the man suffered a "catastrophic equipment failure.
And on Sept. Kessel, from Somerville, Massachusetts, was an engineer and outdoor enthusiast, according to his online obituary.
Local escort reno deaths come during what officials say is an unusually nw season at White Mountains — and the coronavirus pandemic is likely a factor. New Hampshire wildlife officials are now urging visitors to White Mountains to plan ahead and be cautious while enjoying the outdoors. IE 11 is not supported.
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