Three Travel Vloggers Die after Falling over a Waterfall in Canada

Three Travel Vloggers Die after Falling over a Waterfall in Canada

Three Travel Vloggers Die after Falling over a Waterfall in Canada

"And if you can, you should", he read, as he and others in the video teared up.

The High On Life group was subsequently issued violation notices from Zion National Park, Death Valley National Park, Yellowstone National Park, Mesa Verde National Park, Corona Arch (BLM), and Bonneville Salt Flats (BLM).

Gamble and Lyakh and another man were banned from setting foot on USA federal land for five years in 2017 after walking on a sensitive hot spring in Yellowstone National Park. He spent seven days in prison. In 2016 their exploits made worldwide news after they were charged with damaging sensitive habitat in Yellowstone Park.

"It's not accessible unless you drop into this pool and there's no way other than to say that it's extremely unsafe to get there so that's something that we're trying to figure out the logistics of". "It was the wrong decision to make".

"Every year seems to be busier and busier", he said.

A rescue mission quickly turned into a recovery mission, which ended Wednesday night when Squamish Royal Canadian Mounted Police announced they've found three bodies. They fell almost 100 feet. "Fortunately in the past they have been able to be rescued", Willcox said.

The RCMP noted in a statement that the terrain around the falls was "extremely hard, very unsafe", with a "heavy" water flow. Sascha Banks said before the bodies were recovered. His girlfriend pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter in his death, which happened three months before the birth of their second child.

The trio were swimming at the top of Shannon Falls in Squamish, British Columbia on Tuesday when they slipped and fell into a pool 98ft below, local police siad.

The Shannon Falls region and its old growth forests are an increasingly popular destination to visit in the province.

Mangelsdorf said the family understands Scraper slipped and fell and that her boyfriend, Lyakh, tried to save her before Gamble attempted to help his childhood friend.

The bloggers were all in their 20s and 30s, according to The Telegraph.

According to the provincial parks service, the falls are 335 metres at their highest point. Accessed by the Sea to Sky Gondola since 2014, the pool systems in the area can be risky.

The area is accessible from the Sea-to-Sky Gondola and by hiking trails in the provincial park, but Sascha said the area can be unsafe. Adds a friend of Scraper: "If there's any solace in this, it's that she did more than more than most people do by 80 in her short time here on Earth".

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