Rescuers find body of Maitland man at Rocky Mountain National Park

UPDATE: The National Park Service says crews found the body of Ronald Webber, 58, at Rocky Mountain National Park on Friday.

Crews found Webber's body at the base of a broken cliff near a lake.

Authorities believe he fell 200 ft.

The exact cause of death will be determined by the Boulder County Coroner's Office.


Crews in Colorado are searching for a missing hiker from Maitland.

The National Park Service says Ronald Webber, 58, was there for a mountaineering treck to Rocky Mountain National Park.

Officials say his was found found in the parking lot at the Longs Peak Trailhead.

Longs Peak is the highest summit in the Rocky Mountain National Park at 14,259 ft.

Park Service officials say it's unclear if Webber was intending to reach the peak, but it's believed he wasn't prepared to spend the night.

Webber has been to the Longs Peak area before, but not in the winter.

Crews are searching for Webber on the ground and in the air.

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