became concerned when no one returned home late in the day and called for help. The hikers also called for help around the same time and deputies used GPS to track the location of their cell phones to find the women lost on the mountain. Peine says they called a Department of Public Safety helicopter crew who were able to evacuate the women in two trips around 7 p.m. No one was hurt. The hikers were found at an elevation of seven-thousand feet where trails had become hazardous and slick from snow. Peine says the trails were too slick and dangerous for the women to attempt to hike back down the mountain and did the right thing by calling for help.