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Teddy (Teodora) Hadjiyska has the most comprehensive website on the mysterious Dyatlov Pass Incident: http://dyatlov-pass.com/page.php?language_id=1&id=12786#beginning
The Dyatlov Pass incident (Russian: Гибель тургруппы Дятлова) is the mysterious deaths of nine ski hikers in the northern Ural Mountains on February 2, 1959. The group consisted of eight men and two women. Most were students or graduates of Ural Polytechnical Institute. The goal of the 14 day expedition was to reach Otorten (1234.2m), a mountain 10 kilometers north of the site of the incident. This route, at that season, was estimated as “Category III”, the most difficult. All members were experienced in long ski tours and mountain expeditions. The group arrived by train at Ivdel, a city at the center of the northern province of Sverdlovsk Oblast on January 25. They then took a truck to Vizhay – the last inhabited settlement so far north. They started their march toward Otorten from Vizhay on January 27. The next day, one of the members – Yuri Yudin, was forced to go back because of illness. Diaries and cameras found around their last camp made it possible to track group’s route up to the day preceding the incident. Continue by using above link to the website.