Stranded hiker rescued from perilous Utah cliff.
(KSL) Search and rescue crews worked several hours Tuesday to bring a West Haven man off of a cliff ledge. But how long he had been stuck there remained a mystery.
"He's not sure how long he's been up here, a couple days," said Brandon Woods, with the Weber County sheriff's search and rescue team.
Kelly Rogers, 43, told authorities he set off on a hike about 2 p.m. Sunday after he was dropped off by friends in the Nordic Valley area, near Wolf Mountain Ski Resort. After hiking just four miles, Rogers fell and injured his knee and ankle and got to a point on the mountain near the North Ogden divide trailhead where he couldn't move, said Weber County Sheriff's Sgt. Brandon Toll.
"He said he started walking, just hiking along the trail, sustained an injury, he fell. Then he got into this area where he just got clipped out, and really, just trying to get himself off those cliffs ever since, inch by inch," Toll said. "He himself with the injuries couldn't get off the rocks."
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