38

Rescues to Date (2022)

5

Alerts to Date (2022)

956

Rescue Man Hours (2022)

55

Volunteers

4032

Rescues Since 1948

304

Fatalities Since 1948

Keswick MRT is primarily responsible for the area outlined on the map which includes England’s three highest mountains – Skiddaw, Helvellyn and Scafell Pike. For more extensive search operations we will operate anywhere in the Lake District or even further afield.

The map shows the rescues for this year with the yellow flag the most recent. Click on the pins for the details.

As well as rescues we also receive “Alerts” where the team is contacted but the issue is usually resolved by mobile phone rather than team deployment.

What To Do In An Emergency

If an emergency occurs, how would you react? Find out what to do on our Safety page.

Bram Crag Quarry , St John’s in the Vale (38)

A climber slipped whilst trying to clip her rope into bolt protection near the top of a sport climb in Bram Crag Quarry....

Callout Time: 2:33 pm
Agencies Involved: Keswick MRT, NWAA

Latest Rescue

Bram Crag Quarry , St John’s in the Vale (38)

A climber slipped whilst trying to clip her rope into bolt protection near the top of a sport climb in Bram Crag Quarry....

Callout Time: 2:33 pm
Agencies Involved: Keswick MRT, NWAA

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Long Service Awards

At Keswick team’s Annual General Meeting on 10th February 2022 the team celebrated two members who have each provided 25 years dedication and commitment to the team. Dr Tim Hooper…
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