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Costa Rica ends final search-and-rescue mission for US hiker believed missing in Corcovado National Park

Search-and-rescue teams wrapped up a final operation on Monday to find U.S. hiker Cody Dial, who disappeared in Costa Rica in early July. Search teams focused their efforts on the rugged Corcovado National Park, where Dial was believed to be hiking, but failed to find any clues as to what happened to the 27-year-old Alaska-native.

Father continues search for Alaska hiker, believed missing in Costa Rica’s Corcovado National Park

A legendary U.S. outdoorsman continues the search for his missing son inside Costa Rica's untamed Corcovado National Park.

Costa Rican gov’t and Red Cross suspend search for US hiker believed missing in Corcovado Nat’l Park

Representatives from the U.S. Embassy are now in Puerto Jiménez, near the park's eastern entrance, to take over the search, accompanied by Dial's father, Roman Dial, a National Geographic explorer and well-known adventure sportsman.

Final search underway for US hiker missing in Corcovado National Park

A Red Cross rescue team is combing the jungles of Corcovado National Park in a final search Monday for missing U.S. hiker Cody Roman Dial.

Red Cross officials suspect missing hiker may be inside gold mining tunnels

Two flyovers and several ground patrols have failed to turn up any sign of 27-year-old U.S. hiker Cody Roman Dial, who is suspected missing in Corcovado National Park in Costa Rica's southwestern Osa Peninsula since July 22. There is no official record of the young Alaskan's entry into the park and it is believed that Dial, an experienced backcountry hiker, followed routes that are off-limits to tourists.

Search continues in Costa Rica’s Corcovado National Park for missing US hiker

Search-and-rescue teams from the Costa Rican Red Cross continued their efforts Monday to locate a missing U.S. hiker, believed to have disappeared in the rugged Corcovado National Park in the country's southwestern Osa Peninsula.

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