Due to a full Team membership we are not looking for volunteers at this time.

All Weather, All Terrain, All Hours.

We hope you never need us

But we’ll be there if you do.

No one wants to think ‘worst case scenario’ when they’re out enjoying the hills. But it’s surprising how many times people end up in situations where they need our help.

We want you to enjoy Tayside’s countryside safely.

However, if you do end up in an unexpected crisis, we’re on call 24/7, 365 days a year. And, if that does happen, nothing will stop us (not even the toughest blizzard), no-one else will come first (not even our nearest and dearest) and we won’t expect to be paid. We do this job because we choose to*.

*We can’t do this job without the right tools and equipment. That’s why we fundraise all year round – to pay for the resources we need to save your life. That’s also why we appreciate every penny donated.

What to do in an Emergency

If you need help, call 999 or 112 and ask for the Police then Mountain Rescue.

The following information will be required:
Whilst you are waiting for help:

Now that you know what to do in an emergency, we hope you have the best time in the Tayside hills.

Be smart, stay safe and have fun.

Duct tape is brilliant for repairing minor  problems – from a leak in your water bottle to a hole in your tent.It’s always good to keep a roll handy when you’re out exploring. If there’s  room in your bag, pack it in!

 In 90% of avalanche accidents, the victim or someone in the victim’s party causes the snow slide.

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