A 16-year-old Wisconsin girl injured Friday while hiking a rugged section of the Appalachian Trail was rescued Saturday.

The Maine Warden Service says the girl, part of a group of 11 girls from the American Youth Foundation in New Hampshire, suffered an injury to her ankle while hiking the 100 Mile Wilderness Trail from Monson to Mount Katahdin and could not continue.

The group camped out Friday night while awaiting help.

The rescue party included 25 game wardens and members of the Maine Forest Service, Greenville Fire Department and the Appalachian Mountain Club.

They carried the hiker two miles over treacherous terrain, which took four hours.

The hiker was treated at the Dean Hospital in Greenville.