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Death & Survival in Glacier National Park

Sheer cliffs, avalanches, turbulent rivers, cold lakes, severe weather, grizzly bears - these are just a few of the ways you can die while visiting Glacier National Park. Since 1910 when the park was established, 296 people have perished within Glacier's boundaries, and many more somehow survived close calls with death. Death & Survival in Glacier National Park recounts their true tales, as well as stories of the brave and often heroic search-and-rescue professionals who put their lives on the line so that others might live.

Written by local Glacier National Park experts.Jam-packed with gripping stories of courage and survival against all odds.Featuring the most complete chronology of all 296 deaths in Glacier National Park, including names, ages, locations, and causes.

C. W. Guthrie, Ann Fagre, Dan Farge

C. W. Guthrie's love affair with Glacier began when she and her dad drove the Going-to-the-Sun Road when she was nine years old. For the past twenty-five years, following a career working for the Air Force, she has explored the park and its history and authorAll Aboard! for Glacier: The Great Northern Railway and Glacier National Park, and Glacier National Park: The First 100 Years.

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