An Ohio man is lost in the Uintas after falling behind his hiking companions on the trail Friday.

The 61-year-old man was last seen on the trail at 1 p.m. Friday in the King's Peak area, said Josh Wall, a detective at the Summit County Sheriff's Office.

The man had been hiking with about five people, and fell behind. The group waited for a bit, and eventually turned back hoping to find him on the trail.

Police were called at about 9:15 that night.

Wall said the man was carrying a day pack, but no overnight gear. He is "pretty physically fit" and "into summiting," Wall said.

Search teams combed the mountain all day Friday, while a helicopter patrolled from above. Wall said Sunday's search will consist of a helicopter, rescue dogs and searchers on the ground.