posted on Oct, 13 2011 @ 02:21 PM
Sure. Based on the recovered diaries and report, I'd say this is how it went down:
January 23, 1959 - The group reaches the village of Yuri Yudin.
January 27 - The group departs from Yuri Yudin, minus one ill party member.
January 31 - The group reaches the headwaters of the river Auspii and spend the day stashing most of their supplies to lighten their packs before
attempting to climb the mountain Otorten, 10 kilometers to the North. By 3pm, they are finished and begin the journey through what would become
Dyatlov Pass, located between two mountain peaks.
February 1 - at approximately 5pm, the tent was erected on the slope of Kholat Syakhl.
At approximately 8:14pm, an avalanche struck, killing three members of the party and injuring a fourth.
Presumably, they were in the woods nearby to collect firewood.
February 12 - The group does not return as scheduled.
February 26 - The tent was found. Followed by the discovery of the first group of bodies.
The search continued for 2 months.
May 4 - The remaining bodies are discovered under 12 feet of snow in the woods.