Snowmass Peak, Colorado, USA

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Snowmass Peak, Colorado, USA

39.1108213°N, -107.0522687°W

Posted on October 14, 2018 by Amy Jo

What happened?

After summiting Snowmass Peak, a Colorado 14er, I fell 10 ft on the decent around 13,000 ft and broke my ankle. I was taken out by helicopter after crawling for 3 hours to get myself to a lower elevation.

Words of wisdom

Don’t let accidents stop you from doing what you love.

Thank you note

Thank you ACR for making a great product, and Thanks to my husband for this life saving gift.

Rescue location

Snowmass Peak, Colorado, USA

Rescue team

Local Search and Rescue

ResQLink™+

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This product has been replaced by the ResQLink View. Learn More It may be small, but it's tough. The ResQLink™+ Personal Locator Beacon (PLB) is a buoyant, GPS-enabled rescue beacon that's suited for outdoor adventures of all sizes (think: everything from hiking and cycling to hunting and fishing). Should you run into an unexpected survival situation, the ResQLink+ PLB will relay your location to a network of search and rescue satellites, allowing local first responders to more easily get you home safe and sound. Be Prepared for the Unpredictable!  
  • Buoyant
  • LED strobe light
  • Self Test
  • 66 Channel GPS
  • Easy emergency activation
  • Antenna clip

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