Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials are asking hunters to keep a lookout for missing hikers ahead of the bow hunting season, which begins Saturday.
The bodies of a Minnesota father and son were finally found this week near a Mount Evans-area campground, but many questions about what happened still remain and authorities admit some may never be answered.
The remains of two people found by hikers in the area of Mount Evans on Thursday afternoon are those of a father and son from Minnesota who have been missing since April.
Four Minneapolis-area firefighters were searching Thursday for a father and son from Minnesota missing since planning to go for a hike in Colorado’s mountains in April.
The search continues for a missing father and son who went hiking on Mount Evans in April and were never seen again.
A team of firefighters from Minnesota will travel to Colorado to search for two missing hikers.
The search for two missing hikers has been suspended after no one has heard from the father and son for more than a week.
More people have joined the search for two hikers in Clear Creek County who haven’t been heard from since last week.
More search and rescue teams will be looking for a father and son from Minnesota missing near Mount Evans west of Denver.
The search for a father and son who went hiking and are now missing near Echo Lake resumed Monday morning.