Holly Courtier, the Mother missing for 12 days at Zion National Park, found safe

Holly Courtier, a seasoned hiker out of California, was last observed on Oct. 6 if she had been dropped off with a personal shuttle bus in the park Grotto parking space.

She was likely to be picked up that day but never returned based on park rangers.

Courtier’s daughter, Kailey Chambers, told KABC her mom had lost her job and has been traveling to see national parks.

Park rangers said Sunday they found her after getting a credible hint from a park guest they had seen Courtier in the playground.

“We’re overjoyed that she had been found safe now. We’d like to thank the rangers and hunt teams that looked for her night and day and never gave up hope,” Courier’s family said in a statement. “We’re also so grateful to the many volunteers that have been generous with their time, support, and resources. This would not have been possible without the community of folks who arrived together.”

Courier abandoned the playground with her loved ones.

She was likely to be picked up that day but never returned based on park rangers.

Courtier’s daughter, Kailey Chambers, told KABC her mom had lost her job and has been traveling to see national parks.

Park rangers said Sunday they found her after getting a credible hint from a park guest they had seen Courtier in the playground.

“We’re overjoyed that she had been found safe now. We’d like to thank the rangers and hunt teams that looked for her night and day and never gave up hope,” Courier’s family said in a statement. “We’re also so grateful to the many volunteers that have been generous with their time, support, and resources. This would not have been possible without the community of folks who arrived together.”

Courier abandoned the playground with her loved ones.