On Sunday night, July 12, park rangers were notified that a 55-year-old man from Estes Park, Colorado, had taken a 75-foot tumbling fall below the summit of McHenry Peak on the west face at an elevation of 12,900 feet. He was traveling from the summit to Stone Man Pass when he fell. He was traveling from the summit to Stone Man Pass when he fell. He received numerous serious injuries. Park rangers reached him early this morning and provided advanced medical care.
Upper Beaver Meadows, transferred to a Northern Colorado Med Evac air ambulance and then flown to St. Anthony Hospital.
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