The remains of a missing hiker at a National Park in Montana were found on Friday.
In a statement, the National Park Service said the body of 32-year-old Adam Fuselier were found at Glacier National Park’s Reynolds Mountain in Montana on Friday morning at 11 a.m.
A search for Fuselier, from Castle Pines, Colorado, was launched on Wednesday after officials say his car was found at Logan Pass, which is the “highest elevation” reachable by a vehicle in the park. He was last heard from on Tuesday afternoon and was supposed to start a climb at Reynolds Mountain that morning.
Rangers were alerted Wednesday morning that the Colorado man was overdue to return.
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In the Friday statement, the park spokesperson said that Fuselier’s body was transported from Reynolds Mountain to West Glacier, Montana, by a U.S. Forest Service helicopter.
According to the statement, credible tips from hikers helped narrow the search area.
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Over 50 searchers, a dog team, and two helicopters assisted in the search.
Multiple local and federal authorities also assisted in the search.
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According to the National Park Service, Fuselier’s cause of death is still under investigation.