A woman died just two weeks after her wedding when her parachute failed to open while she attempted a jump near Zion National Park in Utah.
Amber Bellows fell about 600m to the ground on Sunday. The 28-year-old had been attempting the jump from Mt Kinesava, in the southern part of the park famous for its soaring red rock formations.
Bellows hiked to the top of the mountain with her husband, 29-year-old Clayton Butler. The Salt Lake City couple had married just two weeks before.
Bellows jumped first, around 4pm, but her parachute did not open. Her husband jumped after her but could not reach her body.
It took him two hours to hike down the mountain and notify park officials.
Officials began a helicopter search on Monday and found Bellows' body.
Park officials said Bellows had been an experienced Base jumper. Base stands for Building, Antenna, Span, Earth - the different platforms used by jumpers.
Base jumping is banned in Zion, and this is the first time a jumper has died.
"It is just really sad and our condolences go out to her family and friends," Acting Superintendent Jim Milestone said.
"Base jumping is so dangerous. Even for those that are experienced, like Amber Bellows. That is one of the reasons it is not allowed in the park."