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Why don’t we charge for backcountry rescues?

Some are egregious

A rescuer practices a lower with a litter during an American Alpine Institute rescue program.
A rescuer practices a lower with a litter during an American Alpine Institute rescue program. (Photo by Jason D. Martin)
By Jason D. Martin CDN Contributor
Some rescues in the backcountry are egregious. Indeed, March alone had several examples, but two sta

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