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A big loss for his family and everyone else.
Randy Udall had hiked the Wind River Range in Wyoming for more than 30 years, often going up once a month to fish and climb. His climbing exploits, along with many others, were chronicled in the book “Climb: Tales of Man Versus Boulder, Crag, Wall and Peak.” He always left his route details with family, and early indications are that he stuck to the plan on this hike as well.
A long-time advocate for renewable energy, Udall helped found the nonprofit Community Office for Resource Energy Efficiency, which promotes the use of renewable energy in western Colorado. He also was the co-founder of the Association for the Study of Peak Oil and Gas and was one of the oil experts interviewed by the National Petroleum Council when they researched their 2007 report called the “Hard Truths about Energy.”
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