He Was Trapped On The Edge Of A Mountain For A Week | I Shouldn't Be Alive S4 EP3 | Wonder


Charlie Hench has set himself a big challenge before he turns the big 50 – to fulfil his dream of a late-summer solo hike through the Sierra Nevada Mountains. But he underestimates the challenge ahead. Charlie is at 9,000 feet when an early snowstorm suddenly blows in. The amateur hiker is soon out of his depth, lost in the snow-covered landscape. A missed step on the treacherous boulders and he’s crashes over the side of the mountain. Only a ledge, the size of a car bonnet, saves him from falling 500 feet to his death.

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Date: May 7, 2020

27 thoughts on “He Was Trapped On The Edge Of A Mountain For A Week | I Shouldn't Be Alive S4 EP3 | Wonder

  1. I’m 12 minutes in and he’s already doing far better than most people on this show. He actually has food supplies, a tent and a portable stove. Better than the dude who got lost on a volcano and brought no water with him or the woman who gets lost in the Canyon and dumped her supplies.

  2. I know this is a seriously messed up situation and I'm not laughing at that but the way he kept saying. "I'm here !" Had me rolling 🤣🤦‍♂️ Atleast he had loved one's that looked out for him. Not many people would give a damn to call a search and rescue team. Why is it that these people on these documentaries never bring a compass when they going on these solo adventures? Smh

  3. Thank God Charlie didn't lose his tent during his initial fall . I wonder why Charlie wasn't eating snow to survive . Charlie's friend with the airplane turned out to be the person who rescued him . Awesome video creation . Thank you for the adventure

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