A Taiwanese woman, known as the “Bikini Climber,” has tragically died after freezing to death following a fall.
Wu, 36, was embarking on a 25-day hike when she stumbled 65 feet down a ravine in Central Taiwan’s Yushan Mountain.
Due to the impact of the fall, Wu sustained injuries to her leg and was unable to move, the report says.
Despite her many calls for help, emergency responders were not able to immediately reach her as weather conditions were extremely dangerous.
Nearly 28 hours later, Wu was airlifted out but was pronounced dead, officials said, the exact cause of death is yet to be ascertained.
Wu gained a massive following on social media for documenting her travels, sharing photos of herself on mountain tops in bikinis.
Wu’s last post Facebook was on Thursday. She shared a photo of a stunning mountain top view, captioning it “celebrating today.”
After the news of her death broke, a number of her followers expressed their condolences in the comment section of her photos.
“Thank you for bringing us countless beautiful scenery, blessings to your soul,” one user wrote.
“In the eyes of people who like climbing, you are a standard, professional climber, admirable! Be an angel in your favorite mountain forest,” another user commented.