A missing snowshoer was found Monday afternoon, two days after he reached the summit of 14,060-foot Mount Bierstadt.
Crews searching for a 49-year-old Steven Brodsky found him near Abyss Lake, on the south side of the mountain. He was reported to be in good condition, according to his family.
A National Guard helicopter has landed in the general area, but it is about an hour's hike from the Victim's location. Brodsky will be flown to St. Anthony hospital to be checked out.
Brodsky left Centennial, Colo., area early Saturday morning to snowshoe in the mountains. When he didn't return that night as planned, he was reported missing to the sheriff's office.
Brodsky's car was found at the summit of Guanella Pass Sunday afternoon. Alpine Search and Rescue began a search for him at 2 p.m, and he had not been found by late Sunday. They resumed searching Monday and found that Brodsky had signed the register on the summit of nearby Mount Bierstadt Saturday.
Guanella Pass is between Georgetown and Grant about 45 miles west of Denver. National Weather Service meteorologist Bob Koopmeiners said there were scattered snow showers in the area over the weekend, with highs in the 40s and lows in the mid-teens.
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