the search and rescue teams covered 100 miles of trails but found no signs of Camellitti.
"Some of these trails are unmarked and washed out,"
Martin described the Cranberry woods as "a treacherous area," recalling wreckage from an airplane that took more than a decade to recover.
"It's a very densely wooded area. Because there are so many trees, even if we did use an aircraft to search, you wouldn't be able to spot anything," Martin said. "Options are very limited when dealing with something like this."
The recent searches illustrated some potential problems, he said.
"In some parts, the forest is so dense you can't see past the trail. So, if he's camping off-trail, we wouldn't know. One team reported a trail was so hard to walk on that they almost fell into the river.
When we get a lot of rain, the river rises and it's dangerous,"