A flash of yellow at the base of a glacier led hikers to the body of a Maine man who fell to his death more than 20 years ago in the Canadian Rockies.
In April 1989, William Holland, a 39-year-old geologist from Gorham, was ice climbing in Jasper National Park in Alberta. He and his climbing partner had reached the summit of the treacherous Slipstream route on Snow Dome, an 11,339-foot mountain, when a cornice beneath Holland collapsed.
He was presumed dead after two days, as rescuers were unable to find him and an avalanche buried the area. READ MORE HERE