Canadian police have suspended their search for Alison Raspa as they revealed the missing Australian woman texted friends to say she was lost shortly after she was last seen.
Police also said they believe she took public transport from the bar where she was last seen.
The 25-year-old from Perth disappeared from the bar in the west coast ski town of Whistler nearly two weeks ago.
Raspa was last seen about 11.30pm on November 22. Her phone was found about 6.30am the following morning in a lakeside park some five kilometres away.
On Tuesday evening (local time), the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) announced they were suspending their ground search.
Police also said they believe Raspa took public transport between the bar and the park where her phone was found, along with her backpack and jacket.
They also revealed that she had texted friends to say she was lost at about 1.15am on November 23.