Geography: Denton man proposes to girlfriend on Colorado peak, then couple promptly gets lost

Tom Steele:

But unfortunately, the couple didn’t have much water and, despite their late start, were not prepared for the cold or to camp for the night, according to the sheriff’s office. When it got dark, they became disoriented because of the lack of marked trail.

Another hiker happened upon the pair, who showed signs of dehydration and altitude sickness, and led them back to where a group of his friends were camping. Mason and Davis were given food, water and a tent while one of the campers hiked down to her vehicle and called 911.