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Hiker rescued after nearly 1,000-foot fall in Pisgah National Forest

April 4, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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A hiker in the Pisgah National Forest was rescued over the weekend after falling almost 1000 feet from a cliff near the Blue Ridge Parkway. The Transylvania County Rescue Squad and Transylvania County EMS were dispatched to the area around Pilot Cove Loop after a report that an individual had rolled down Slate Rock. POPULAR MOUNTAIN WATERFALL TRAIL TEMPORARILY CLOSED FOR ENGINEERING WORKRescue crews had to rappel approximately 150 feet down Slate Rock to reach the patient.

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