Welcome to Langdale and Ambleside Mountain Rescue Team

Welcome. Langdale/Ambleside Mountain Rescue Team (LAMRT) operates in part of the central Lake District, Britain's busiest mountain area.

Dealing with over 100 incidents per year, we are a self-funding dedicated team of 'professional volunteers' coming from all walks of life, united in their love of mountains and their wish to help their fellow mountaineers in trouble.


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Tips, stories and advice from the team

To follow are two personal accounts of a couple of member’s time in the team. One accounts for ten years and the other for forty.. the entire life of the team.

 

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Latest News

Langdale/Ambleside MRT John Graham
31/12/2014 - 13:21
The team are delighted to be able to congratulate Johnny Graham on his award of an MBE for services to mountain rescue. Johnny has been a team member since the teams formation in 1970 and was a member of Ambleside Fell Rescue Team before that. Best guess is that Johnny will have been involved in over 1500 rescues.....
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Recent Incidents

Sat, 28th February 2015, 16:05
Two people were reported as struggling in cold, wet conditions, and one of them becoming exhausted and cold. We set off to located them, along with assistance from Patterdale MRT, RAF Leeming MRT and with Kendal MRT alerted in case of subsequent rescues. They were eventually located moving down near Low Pike and assisted the rest of the way down.
Fri, 27th February 2015, 16:55
A 66-year-old male took a tumble and sustained a head injury. He called for assistance and the team did what we do... he was located, treated, and assisted down.
Sun, 22nd February 2015, 11:57
Snowmageddon... well not really, but a multi-vehicle incident on Kirkstone Pass during a period of snowfall occupied ourselves, Patterdale MRT, police, ambulance and Fire and Rescue Service for several hours. Two injured people were released from an upturned vehicle and evacuated by stretcher to our vehicles and then transferred to ambulances waiting at lower levels. A number of other vehicles were also trapped on the pass, so their occupants were evacuated to the Kirkstone Inn
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