An Alaskan search and rescue team uncovered the body of a missing solo climber.

Temperatures during the day might drop to as low as minus 25 degrees Fahrenheit during this time of the year.

It has been roughly a week since search and rescue personnel discovered the body of a lone climber in Denali National Park in Alaska, according to reports.

According to the Associated Press, the body of Austrian climber Matthias Rimml, who had been missing since April 30, was discovered on Friday morning after a high-altitude search.

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A press release from the Denali National Park and Preserve reported that a high-altitude helicopter from the park discovered Rimml’s body in the fall zone below Denali Pass, according to the release.