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Date: October 6, 2018
Contact: Lindsey Lewis (970) 586-1330
Contact: Park Information, (970) 586-1206
Yesterday afternoon, Friday, October 5, Rocky Mountain National Park rangers were contacted by the Denver Police Department, who had been notified by a family member that Ryan Albert, 30, of Marlton, New Jersey was overdue. It was believed he was attempting Longs Peak on Thursday, October 4. Albert’s rental car was found at the Longs Peak trailhead Friday afternoon. It is unknown what Albert’s planned destination or route was.
This morning, members of Rocky Mountain National Park’s Search and Rescue team began searching the Longs Peak area including the Boulder Field, the Keyhole Route, The Loft, Chasm Cirque, North Longs Peak and Boulder Brook. Today’s forecast in the Longs Peak area calls for freezing temperatures and severe and unpredictable weather including snow, hail, sleet, thunder and lightning.
Albert was last seen leaving the Denver area early Thursday morning, October 4, wearing dark clothes and a backpack.
Park rangers would like to hear from anyone who has been in the Longs Peak area since Thursday, October 4, or who may have had contact with Albert regarding his planned route on Longs Peak. Please call (970) 586-1204.
Last updated: October 6, 2018