The search continues for missing hiker, Esther Wang. Wang, who hadn’t been heard from in nearly two weeks, was reported missing on April 17th when she failed to return from a solo hike along the Pacific Crest Trail in California. Her disappearance has rattled her family, friends, and fellow hikers alike. Now, multiple rescue crews are scouring the mountainsides in a last-ditch effort to bring her home.
Esther Wang, a 24-year-old hiker from California, has gone missing on a hike in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Wang had embarked on the park’s most popular hike, the Chimney Tops Trail, on Saturday. Family members reported her missing on Sunday.
Rescuers are still searching for Wang. They have urged anyone who has seen her to contact the park’s Emergency Commumunications Center. The Center can be reached at (865)-436-1230. They are also asking people who have recently hiked the trail to check their photos and videos for any sign of Wang.
Wang is believed to have been wearing a black tank top and tan shorts with green zippers. She is likely carrying a dark green backpack and a black walking stick.
- Age: 24
- Hair Color: Brown
- Eye Color: Brown
- Height: 5’1″
- Weight: 100 lbs
The search for Esther Wang continues, and anyone with information on her whereabouts is encouraged to contact the national park service. Stay tuned for more updates as the search progresses.