The National Park Service identified the climbers involved in a fall on Mt. McKinley that killed a guide and client, and injured two others.
The dead were identified as lead guide Suzanne Allen, 34, of Seattle, and client Peter Bullard, 45, of Shanghai, China.
The two died after their four-person rope team fell Wednesday night, May 25 at Denali Pass.
Climbers at the 17,200-foot high camp did not witness the fall, but saw the four-person team about 1,000 feet below the trail, and heard a shout for help.
James Mohr, 30, of Camp Pendleton, Calif., was non-responsive and medics worked throughout the night of the fall to maintain his airway.
Allen’s and Bullard’s bodies will be recovered Friday afternoon, conditions permitting, the Park Service said.