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Cold Mountain

On Monday, January 12, Ken Holmes, a 37-year-old park ranger from Athol and father of five, left on a three-day solo hike in the White Mountains. He packed for the brisk weather that was forecast, but not for the vicious storm that roared in and trapped him.

By Garry Harrington
March 28, 2004

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Dawn breaks clear and cold over New Hampshire's White Mountains. The temperature is relatively balmy — in the high teens — and the wind calm, considering what January often brings to perhaps the most forbidding region of the Northeast. (Full Article: 3442 Words)

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