For all Traveler members, there's an interesting topic in the forums that we'd love to have your thoughts on.
A 74-year-old man died Tuesday while snowshoeing at nearly 10,000 feet in Rocky Mountain National Park. Should he have known better to snowshoe at that elevation at his age, or was it entirely fitting that he was doing something he loved in a place he loved when he died?
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