A hiker from New Hampshire perishes after falling on Cannon Mountain

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NEW Fox News articles can now be heard on audio! Over the weekend, a hiker in New Hampshire perished while attempting to descend a mountain.

The unnamed person, along with two other people, took a tram up Cannon Mountain on Saturday. They intended to walk around the summit before taking the tram back down, according to the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department.

Authorities claim that they changed their minds at the summit and chose to trek back down.
However, they weren’t following a hiking track, and one hiker slid when they reached a rocky, rainy, and steep region, according to officials.

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Coin-operated binoculars are seen at the Cannon Mountain peak in Franconia State Park on May 02, 2020 in Franconia, N.H.

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First responders discovered the hiker’s body at the base of a waterfall after he or she plunged from the cliff, according to authorities.
Later, he was driven to a Littleton funeral home.

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