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summit register on Storm King?

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Regarding a search underway on Storm King in NCNP I am interested to know if anyone who climbed Storm King recently - this or last summer, say - could report whether a summit register was seen?

Thanks for any info,

Kelly Bush

NCNP

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There was a register on Storm King in the summer of 2008. I am not sure on 2009 or 2010. But if I was a betting man, I'd say there's a 98% chance there is still one up there as I type this. The peak isn't climbed all that often and the most likely to do so are Top 100 climbers, and they generally aren't the type to remove registers.

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Edited to let the record correctly reflect that indeed there is a register up there, according to my pardner.

Edited by lunger

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Body of boxing promoter's son found on Wash. peak

http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/2012813942_apwaboxarummissingson3rdldwritethru.html

 

"After a five-day search, the body of 49-year-old John Arum, a highly respected Seattle environmental attorney and outdoor enthusiast, was spotted Friday afternoon from a National Park Service helicopter at about the 7,700-foot level on the north face of 8,500-foot Storm King Mountain."

 

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