MOAB, Utah (AP) - Authorities have identified a hiker found dead at Canyonlands National Park as 73-year-old Grant Welland of St. Louis.
The University of Missouri's website says Welland was a retired professor.
Welland's body was recovered Saturday in Horseshoe Canyon, famous for its ancient rock art. The remote canyon is part of a disconnected unit of the national park.
At first, searchers found his vehicle at a trailhead. A helicopter spotted his body.
Wayne County sheriff's deputies say Welland was carrying enough water and had good hiking shoes. The Utah medical examiner will determine a cause of death.
Welland was hiking alone. He was reported missing Friday, five days after he failed to leave the canyon.