Melting Matterhorn Glacier Uncovers Remains Of Long-Missing Climbers

Melting Matterhorn Glacier Uncovers Remains Of Long-Missing Climbers

By Scott Neuman

The remains of two Japanese climbers reported missing on the iconic Alpine peak in 1970 have been positively identified by Swiss police.

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