YOSEMITE Countrywide PARK, Calif. — A Nevada man was found lifeless in Yosemite Countrywide Park right after failing to return from a weekend hike, the Nationwide Park Provider reported.
The physique of Fred Zalokar, 61, of Reno was discovered and recovered on Tuesday near the summit of Mount Clark, a assertion explained.
Zalokar was an completed stamina athlete, the Reno Gazette Journal described.
According to the park, Zalokar was working day climbing on July 17, from Delighted Isles to the summit of 11,522-foot Mount Clark making use of an off-trail route from Bunnell Level. He had planned to return to Yosemite Valley.
“This incident stays under investigation. No extra info is available. Our condolences to his family members and pals,” the park statement explained.
On his web page, Zalokar wrote that his major interests have been managing, climbing and traveling, and sharing these actions with household and good friends.