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Hiker, 60, who set off for Ice Mountain in Chaffee County has been missing since July 22

Ice Mountain in Chaffee County
Posted at 8:31 AM, Jul 28, 2020
and last updated 2020-07-30 08:18:26-04

UPDATE | July 29 — The Chaffee County Sheriff's Office said around 1 p.m. Wednesday, they located the body of a deceased man west of West Apostle Peak. The man was initially identified as Terry Pann, who had been missing in the area since July 22. The sheriff's office said the man's body will be brought to the Chaffee County Coroner’s Office and an autopsy will be performed to positively identify the man.


CHAFFEE COUNTY, Colo. — A 60-year-old hiker in Chaffee County has been missing since July 22. Searches will continue Tuesday.

The Chaffee County Sheriff's Office says Terry Pann, 60, of Nathrop, had been hiking around the 13,951-foot Ice Mountain in the Three Apostoles area near Winfield. The area is rugged and steep and is ranked as a Class 3 climb.

On Monday, members of Chaffee County Search and Rescue North scoured the area with the help of drones. However, he wasn't found by the end of the day. In addition to the rough terrain, poor weather has also hampered the search efforts.

The search resumed Tuesday morning.

If anyone hiked in the area of Ice Mountain between July 22 and Tuesday and may have information on Pann's whereabouts, call the Chaffee County Sheriff’s Office at 719-207-3199.