The Ghosts of RainierMissing on the Mountain

Profiles of the 65 people lost on Mount Rainier since 1909:

Aug. 14, 1909: T.Y. Callaghan, 50, a West Seattle resident, and Joseph W. Stevens, 30, on vacation from Trenton, N.J., began a one-day ascent, encountered bad weather and failed to return. The next day, searchers found only the alpenstocks and packs of the climbers near a rock ledge, 20 yards from the summit route.

Aug. 1911: Legh Osborn Garrett, a young man employed at the Indian Henry's tent camp, tried a solo ascent on Success Cleaver but failed to return. After a 30-hour search, the party found only tracks.

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