A Taiwanese woman, who became famous on social media for hiking up mountains in swimwear and posting selfies, was found frozen to death after a 65-foot fall at Yushan national park, Taiwan.

Gigi Wu, dubbed the “Bikini Climber,” was eight days into a solo hike when she called her friend using a satellite phone Saturday to inform that she had fallen down a ravine and was unable to move due to a leg injury.

Rescue helicopters struggled to reach her due to bad weather and finally located her body on Monday. However, the 36-year-old was dead by then. The Taiwanese rescue teams are still trying to lift her body out of the ravine and have set up a base camp near to site.

Lin Cheng-yi, from the Nantou County Fire and Rescue Services said, "The weather conditions in the mountains are not good, we have asked our rescuers to move the body to a more open space and after the weather clears we will make a request for a helicopter to bring the body down,” the Jakarta Post reported.

He added that the temperatures dip to as low as 2 degree Celsius where she fell, at an altitude of over 5,500 feet.

Wu, a native of New Taipei City, was a local social-media star who posted photos of herself on some of Taiwan’s highest peaks clad in bikinis.

bikini GIGI WU froze to death in her habitual bikini on a solo hike on January 11, 2019.

The Straits Times reported she usually wore hiking clothes while climbing the mountains and changed into bikini on top.

national park A Taiwanese woman, who became famous on social media for hiking up mountains in swimwear and posting selfies, was found frozen to death after a 65-foot fall at Yushan national park. In this image, snow is seen on the Xiaoyoukeng, top of Yangmungshan National Park during a snowfall in Taipei, Taiwan, Jan. 25, 2016. Photo: Billy H.C. Kwok/Getty Images

In an interview with local news channel last year, Wu had said that she had scaled over 100 peaks in last four years.

“I put on a bikini in each one of the 100 mountains. I only have around 97 bikinis so I accidentally repeated some," she had said.

When asked the reason behind why she did it, she said, "It just looks so beautiful, what's not to like?"

On Christmas Eve, she had posted a photo of herself with bruises and cuts on her legs that she had sustained in another fall. She had said that she was lucky to have survived the fall.

The news comes a few months after a couple fell from Taft Point in Yosemite National Park, California. The couple was identified as 29-year-old Vishnu Viswanath and 30-year-old Meenakshi Moorthy from India, who were reportedly drinking before the accident. The couple, who ran a travel blog called “Holidays and Happily Ever Afters,” fell approximately 800 feet below Taft Point.