Grand Canyon Rangers Find Body Believed to be Missing Woman

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Rescuers, who had been searching since 1 August, found her backpack near the junction of the South Kaibab Trail and River Trail, officials said. Her backpack was found near the South Kaibab Trail, which the park official says has no water accessibility and nearly no shade.

The National Park Service is conducting a missing person's search in the Grand Canyon for a 38-year-old woman from Texas who was hiking with two children.

One of Beadle's brothers, Charles Lawrence Springer, said she was visiting national parks with the children and that they had also visited Yellowstone National Park.

The body was discovered Wednesday afternoon near the Black Bridge at the bottom of Grand Canyon.

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Davis said circumstances of the incident, including how the woman and the children were separated, is being investigated by the National Park Service and the Coconino County Medical Examiner. The girls were brought to camp and were said to be in good condition. The kids were unharmed.

"Sarah loved travelling with her family and sharing so many wonderful experiences with all of us", Mr Beadle wrote on Facebook.

PHOTO: Sarah Beadle, 38, of Fort Worth, Texas, disappeared while hiking in the Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona.

Sarah Beadle was an experienced hiker, according to park officials.