Two searches continue for missing hikers in eastern Fresno county.
Sheriff's deputies are looking for 52 year old Mathew Hanson of Visalia.
He was due back from a backpacking trip Thursday.
He started his solo trip on October 16th.
Deputies found his vehicle near Courtright Reservoir.
His itinerary included the Kings River, Black Cap Basin, and Martha Lake.
Deputies described Hanson as a frequent backpacker who was well prepared for his trip.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Fresno County Sheriff's Office.
As for the other hiker, 53 year old Larry Conn was due back from a hike in Kings Canyon National Park last Monday, but has yet to return.
Officials say Conn started out at the Taboose Creek Trail Head in the Inyo National Forest.
His route may have included Split Mountain and Pinchot Pass.
He is also an experienced backpacker and is familiar with the area.
However, he is nearly a week overdue.
The search will continue, but park rangers need your help.
If you have any information, please call 565-3195.