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The woman heard the hiker’s chilling last cry as he plunged 300ft to his death while taking photos atop the mountain

A hiker has died after his wife heard his last heartbreaking cry as he plummeted hundreds of meters down an icy mountain, authorities said.

The unnamed man lost his life on Saturday morning following Mount Willard’s tragic plunge in Crawford Notch while taking photos of the scenic vistas, New Hampshire Fish and Game confirmed in a heartbreaking announcement.


An anonymous hiker died after taking a tragic fall at Mount Willard in New Hampshire on Saturday morning, authorities have confirmedCredit: NH Fish and Game
Rescuers abseiled down the steep mountainside to retrieve the body


Rescuers abseiled down the steep mountainside to retrieve the bodyCredit: NH Fish and Game

Officials said the couple went out to take pictures together before the victim’s wife heard him screaming for help.

She turned around and saw him fall horribly from an 800-foot steep mountain, authorities said in a statement.

The man fell out of her reach and the freezing conditions prevented her from reaching him, leading her to call 911.

Mountain rescue service technicians abseiled down the mountain to retrieve the body, which was about 300 feet below the peak.

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Photos released by NH Fish and Game show brave rescuers descending the harrowing cliff around 2:30 p.m.

It took hours before the body could be returned to the trailhead around 6:45 p.m., officials said.

He was pronounced dead at the scene.

Authorities have yet to release the identity of the victim and said they are still notifying relatives of the tragedy.

Located at an elevation of 2,865, Mount Willard is a popular spot for hiking, bird watching, and snowshoeing, as the summit offers excellent views of the Crawford Notch.

The incident comes after a tight night climbing community is in shock after witnessing a 22-year-old free climber plummet 200ft to his death in Yosemite National Park.


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