Talk:San Francisco Peaks

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Hiker Deaths?[edit]

There is a sentence about sudden weather changes bringing death to unprepared hikers on the Peaks. While it can get cold on the mountain during a monsoon storm, sudden large temperature swings are not that common and storms are easy to see coming in. Unlike Cascade volcanoes, this is not a particularly large mountain or one that requires much skill or time. I highly doubt there has every been a death due to hypothermia without extenuating circumstances. I think we need a source for this or the section should be removed.