Grand Teton National Park Officials have recovered and identified a man who went missing Sunday while climbing in the Valhalla Canyon. Don Ivie was climbing by himself and fell approximately 2,500 feet to his death.
Grand Teton National Park and the surrounding area received an astonishing amount of snow this past winter season. Snow pack levels reached record levels as approximately 725 inches. Now that warmer weather has finally arrived in that area of the state, officials are worried that the melting snow pack could potentially mean flooding around the Park.
The warmer summer weather has finally started to arrive across Wyoming after a long and brutal winter, but back country enthusiasts are still trying to take advantage of snow in higher elevations. This weekend, Grand Teton National Park experienced yet another skiing accident in which a man fell approximately 2,000 feet.
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