Search underway for Denver-area man lacking on Summit County hike


A Denver-area man who was climbing in Summit County is lacking and a search is underway.
Ken Could, 71, left the Willowbrook trailhead on Wednesday morning with plans to summit Mount Silverthorne, in line with Summit County Rescue.
Could’s final identified level was on a ridge the place he took a photograph. His GPS monitoring gadget reveals him descending the ridgeline towards Salmon Lake. Mount Silverthorne, 13,357-feet in elevation, is the third highest peak within the Gore Vary.

SCRG seeks data that will assist us discover lacking hiker Ken Could, who left the Willowbrook trailhead on the morning of Oct. seventh to climb Silverthorne Mountain. Hikers which were within the space within the final 24 hours and have information, please name Charles Pitman at 970-333-9856.
— Summit County Rescue (@SCrescuegroup) October 8, 2020

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Could is described as 5 ft, 6 inches tall and about 130 kilos. He was carrying khaki climbing pants and both a helmet or a broad-brimmed sunhat. Could wears glasses and he’s carrying a blue backpack.
His GPS gadget is not sending updates.
Searchers seemed for him Wednesday night time and the trouble continues at the moment. Any hikers within the space who might have data on Could are requested to name 970-33-9856.


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