We hope he’s sipping on a warm cup of cocoa. A snowshoe hiker who was reported missing on Washington state’s Mount Rainier on Saturday has been found alive and in stable condition, a national-park spokeswoman confirmed Monday. Yong Chun Kim, 66, was leading a hiking club when he slid down a slope and was separated from the rest of the group. Kim, an experienced snowshoer, radioed to the crew and told them to keep going, but apparently got stuck and couldn’t make it out. He survived two nights in temperatures well below freezing as eight inches of fresh snow accumulated on the mountain.