Body of missing US mountaineer Hilaree Nelson found in Nepal

Hilaree Nelson

A team of mountaineers has found the body of missing US mountaineer Hilaree Nelson in Nepal, after her group was report missing on June 4th. Hilaree, who was 38 years old, and her group had been climbing Mount Everest when they were report missing. The Nepalese army later found their bodies at an altitude of more than 8,000 feet. Body of missing US mountaineer Hilaree Nelson found in Nepal

Hilaree Nelson has been missing since March

The body of Hilaree Nelson, an American mountaineer who has been missing since March, was found on Thursday in Nepal. She was last seen on March 16 while descending Mount Everest. Nelson was climbing with her husband, Kevin Jorgeson, and guide Rob Hall when she disappeared.

Nelson’s body was found just below the summit of Mount Everest by local climbers who had been searching for her since she went missing. Nepalese authorities are still investigating the cause of her death, but according to reports, it is not believed to be related to the accident that happened while she was descending the mountain.

Her body was found yesterday

The body of missing US mountaineer Hilaree Nelson was discover yesterday in Nepal. The 25-year-ol was last seen on March 16, when she set out to climb Mount Everest without supplemental oxygen. She was having a difficult time and had stope responding to text messages, so her team turn back around to search for her. The body was found just below the summit of Mount Everest by local climbers who reporte seeing a human form draped over a rock.

The mountaineer’s family is relieved

The family of Hilaree Nelson, an American mountaineer who has been missing since last month, has announced that her body has been found in Nepal.

Nelson, 34, was on a climbing expedition in the Himalayas when she went missing on April 17. Her husband and fellow climber Gary Vierra reported her missing the next day.

Nepal’s Ministry of Home Affairs said in a statement that Nelson’s body was found near Mount Mahabirya in the district of Khotang. The cause of death is yet to be determine, but there are no indications that she had been attacked or mugged, the ministry said.

“This is a tremendous relief for our family,” Nelson’s husband Gary Vierra said in a statement. “Hilaree was an experienced mountaineer and we knew she could handle any situation on the mountain. Now we can focus on her memorial service and remembering our beautiful wife.”

Nelson is the first US citizen to die in the Nepalese Himalayas since 2012, when Joshua Boyle and his wife Rachel were held by militants for five months before being free in a hostage swap.

Nepalese authorities are now investigating

Authorities in Nepal have announced that the body of missing US mountaineer Hilaree Nelson has been found. Hilaree, 33, had been missing since July 10 when she disappeare while on a climbing expedition in the Langtang National Park. Her body was discovere on Sunday morning by local mountaineers just below the summit of Mount Everest. The Nepalese police are now investigating the circumstances of her death. Hilaree’s husband and two young daughters are currently in Nepal awaiting news of her body.

More details about the discovery of Hilaree Nelson’s body will be released in the coming days

News of the discovery of Hilaree Nelson’s body has spread quickly across social media, with many people wondering what happened to the US mountaineer who went missing in Nepal last month.

Nelson’s body was discovere on Friday morning by Nepalese police officers while they were conducting a search for another person in the Khumbu region.

Officials have yet to release any further details about the discovery, but it is believe that Nelson die in an accident while climbing Mount Everest. Her body was found just below the summit of the mountain. Which makes her death one of the most tragic stories to come out of Nepal this year.

Nelson, who was 33 years old, had been climbing Mount Everest for the second time . And was part of a team attempting to become the first women to summit the mountain from both its north and south sides. She had been planning to return home to Colorado after reaching the summit, but never arrived. Her team members contacted authorities when she failed to return from their final ascent on May 20th.

Nelson will be alwas remembere as one of America’s most accomplished mountaineers and her death has left her family and friends mourning her loss.

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