Her family told CNN that they were happy that she was found safe.
“We want to thank the Rangers and the search team, who searched for her day and night and never gave up hope. We also thank the countless volunteers who have generously invested time, resources and support.
The Chambers-Coutier family said in a statement: “This is impossible without a network of people gathered together.”
Family friend Kelley Kaufman told CNN: “We all feel overwhelmed and grateful.”
According to the National Park Service, Cotier got off the train at the Grotto Regional Station for the last time, which leads to several Zion hiking trails.
Courtier’s daughter Kailey Chambers once called on other hikers to find their mothers.
Chambers said on Saturday: “This is becoming more and more critical-we just don’t know how much food she brought, and how long it will last.” But she said her mother is a healthy and experienced hiker. He is a warrior, and in all the glory of Zion Qi’s, they can survive outdoors for more than a week.
Chambers said: “If I can say anything to her, I will say continue fighting.”