January subway trip goes bad. Victims rescued by helicopter with fancy technology. Hypothermia death prevented. Good job everyone. Winter canyoneering is for special people. Most people aren't special. https://www.stgeorgeutah.com/news/a...rk-helicopter-rescue-successful/#.Y9QGHOzMI-Q Two out-of-state hikers marooned in freezing temperatures for more than 24 hours were rescued from a remote part of Zion National Park via helicopter Saturday. The Utah Department of Public Safety and the National Park Service coordinated the rescue. Sgt. Cameron Roden with the Utah Department of Public Safety told St. George News that the hikers were 26-year-old males from New York and Nevada. The men had set out to hike the Subway route in Zion National Park from the top down on Friday, Jan. 20, but they didn’t return as planned. When park personnel received a report the men were overdue returning, they sent rangers and a rescue team up Kolob Terrace Road and prepared a landing zone for a helicopter from the Utah Department of Public Safety. Video here: https://news3lv.com/news/local/stra...t-of-public-safety-helicopter-st-george-based Make sure you look at the last 15 seconds to get an idea of what the conditions were like.