Wolf Sees Hiker in Pain after falling down Mountain its next action saved her life. A young girl, Amelia Milling, visited Chicago State Park located in Anchorage, Alaska for a small adventure. Being an adventurous person at the age of 21 and Amelia’s life was full of such random visits.
Her main purpose to visit the Chuck State Park was to fulfill her dream to hike across the Crow Pass Trail alone. This trekking exploration was different from all her previous ones as she had to cross several glaciers and gorges on her way.
This might seem like an unachievable task to a lot of us, but Amelia was all set to explore her new trekking site. She believed that life without adventure is not worth living. Therefore, she began her trekking session towards the Crow Pass Trail.
Amelia was a 21 year old girl who was studying in the University of Rochester located in New York. As she was conditioned to live in warmer temperatures, she was not expecting the snow at all.
Amelia suffered from hearing disability but her passion for living an adventurous life was unbeatable as she began her camping. The first day went quite well. Everything went according to her plan and she spent a peaceful night at the camping site.
After the serene night at the site, she decided to move towards the Eagle River Valley. Was her time at the Eagle River Valley similar to the previous night said camping or did things take a 180 degree turn?
Scroll down to know the details of Amelia’s camping plan. As Amelia moved towards the Eagle River Valley, she witnessed that her way was full of snow and due to a lack of experience with snowy trains, she was puzzled about her next move.
She was used to Southern temperatures and seeing the snowfilled path she was terrified. Moreover, she did not have anybody else with her to help her out. She had passed exposure to camping but the snowy train was something unusual.
Due to unfamiliarity, she lost her grip and slipped down from the slope and she lost her trekking poles along the way. She slid down the slippery path and smashed herself in a rock due to which she was pushed above in the air. Things changed drastically.
Amelia, who was enjoying her trekking adventure some minutes ago, was now unaware of her surroundings. She kept on falling down and couldn’t regain her balance for 200ft would you be able to survive this treacherous incident or not?
She saw a wolflike animal in front of her as she reached the bottom of the slope. For a second she thought it would be the last day of her life. She was not ready to leave the world but saving herself from a Wolf seemed to be impossible.
However, she noticed a collar around the animal’s neck which gave her a sigh of relief as it proved to be a dog who was a Crow past guy. She looked here and there to find a human being but there was nobody other than the dog.
She easily became friends with the dog and spent the night at the camping site. The next morning was going to be even more challenging as she had to cross the river. Although she had no company to help her out to cross the River, Nanook the white dog proved to be a guide for her. Nanook went inside the river before Amelia and she followed him. However, the water level increased and she fell down once again.
Nanook saved her life by bringing her out of the water and stayed by her sides for the night. She pressed her emergency locator and a helicopter saved her life. Nanook’s owner met Amelia and told her that the Husky has acted like a Guardian Angel for a lot of trekkers.
This proves that Guardian Angels can come and rescue people in any form and dogs are called the most loyal pets for a reason. We hope that nobody loses their balance like a million and we all find our Guardian Angels in the times of distress.