Heart Attack Felled Hiker Who Died On Franconia Ridge
A 65-year-old Nashua man who died hiking the Franconia Ridge on February 13 suffered a heart attack, the state’s medical examiner says.
Maxim Raykin was with four companions when he collapsed near the summit of Little Haystack Mountain.
His companions failed to revive him and helped carry the body down the Falling Waters Trail where they were met by rescuers.
Fish and Game said Raykin was an experienced hiker who was well equipped and had hiked the Franconia Ridge many times.