A Texas hiker was found dead after falling off Washington State’s Cascade Mountain, Friday, Nov. 2.

Chelan County Mountain Rescue personnel reported that Dallas resident, Robert Jake Colburn, 60, appeared to have slipped and had fallen several hundred feet while descending the mountain pass.

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Colburn and his son were on a hiking trip and the victim was last seen at 3 in the afternoon on Thursday while going down the mountain.

Jerome Moore, a patrol sergeant with the Chelan County Sheriff’s Office told NBC News that Colburn was going down Aasgard Pass with three other hikers but went ahead of the group to hike alone.

According to Chelan County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Rich Magnussen, Colburn’s son, 23, called a regional dispatch before 11 p.m. on Thursday to report that his father had not returned to their base camp after climbing Aasgard Pass.

Rescue personnel searched for Colburn on Friday morning and found his body at approximately 1:30 pm around the 7,300 foot elevation level on the Aasgard Pass.

Last September, q13 Fox reported on a 19-year-old man was found dead after falling 150 feet down the steep Three Queens area of the mountain.

According to the Washington Trails Association, the trail can be “treacherous” and “punishing”, and only experienced hikers should climb it.