A missing US teen hiker who scaled 48 peaks successfully was discovered dead on a mountain.

Emily Sotelo, 19, was a sophomore at Vanderbilt University who was majoring in biochemistry and chemical biology . She had achieved her goal of climbing all 48 peaks in the United States before turning 20 .

According to a story in The Guardian, a 19-year-old hiker who disappeared on a mountain trail in New Hampshire was discovered dead on Wednesday.Emily Sotelo had achieved her goal of climbing all 48 peaks in the United States before turning 20.Last Sunday, she went on a solo hike and didn't return.According to the news, her body was discovered on the northwest side of Mount Lafayette in New Hampshire.

Luckily, those guys thaw out their cell phone under their armpit and SAR (search and rescue) came to their rescue on Sunday, according to a release from the New Hampshire Fish and Game Law Enforcement Division on Facebook.Ms Sotelo was a sophomore at Vanderbilt University who was majoring in biochemistry and chemical biology, according to the release.

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