ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK, Colo. (CBS4) – A hiker planning to summit Longs Peak failed to return Friday night. Rangers of Rocky Mountain National Park were notified around 10:30 p.m. that Spencer Veysey, 26, of Missoula, Montana was overdue.

He failed to return Saturday morning, and a search ensued. Officials combed the area around Chasm Lake as well as the Keyhole Route, and ran into icy conditions.

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Rangers located Veysey’s body late Saturday afternoon at the bottom of Lambs Slide, on the east face of Longs Peak. They stayed at the Chasm Shelter overnight.

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The body was flown from the scene Sunday at approximately 11:30 a.m. and taken to the Boulder County Coroner. Rangers hiked out to the Longs Peak Trailhead.

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This is the first fatality on Longs Peak since November 2014.