Cronin’s Yard, Carrauntoohil
For over 200 years Cronin’s Yard has been used as the traditional starting point for ascents of Ireland’s highest mountain, Carrauntoohil.
Situated at the entrance to the Hag’s Glen at Mealis, Beaufort, this is the gateway to the MacGillycuddy’s Reeks and an ideal base from which to explore the surrounding countryside.
Dublin & Wicklow Mountain Rescue Team
Dublin & Wicklow Mountain Rescue Team(DWMRT) a proud associate of the Irish Mountain Rescue Association (IMRA). Our team respondes to on average 40-50 calls per annum. We operate on a budget of approximately €50k per year, funded by goverment and fundraising efforts.
Irish Coast Guard
The Irish Coast Guard (IRCG) makes up one arm of the Maritime Safety Services, the other being the Maritime Safety Directorate. Both arms are due to merge into a new “one stop shop” Agency for all maritime safety matters.
Mountain Rescue Ireland
Mountain Rescue is a 24 hours/365 days a year voluntary emergency service. Some 300 men and women are ready to help anyone in trouble on the hills at a moment’s notice. Last year the teams assisted over 70 casualties. Sadly while most incidents resulted in minor injuries, there were several fatal accidents.
Kerry Mountain Rescue Team
Kerry Mountain Rescue Team was formed in 1966 following the deaths of two climbers on the mountains of Southwest Ireland, and since then has come to the assistance of numerous climbers and walkers in distress.
National Search And Rescue Dog Association
The National Search and Rescue Dog Association (NSARDA)is an umbrella organisation for Air Scenting Search Dogs in the UK. It’s members are the Search and Rescue Dog Associations which are located throughout the UK.
The Search And Rescue Dog Association (England) is a voluntary organisation responsible for the training of Mountain Rescue team members to become Handlers of air scenting Search and Rescue dogs, enabling them to search for missing persons, predominantly in the mountains and high moor land, and also lowland, rural and urban areas of Britain
SARDA Lakes District
The Search and Rescue Dog Association (English Lake District) is a voluntary organisation dedicated to the training and use of mountain rescue search dogs to assist in the search for and rescue of missing persons, predominantly in a mountainous environment, but also in other areas where our skills may be of benefit.
The Search and Rescue Dog Association (SARDA) Southern Scotland is a non profit making, voluntary organisation to help the Police and Mountain Rescue Teams search for missing people. SARDA Southern Scotland can provide search and rescue dogs in the South of Scotland at any time 24 hours a day 365 days a year.
SARDA Southern Scotland
Welcome to the web pages of the Search and Rescue Dog Association (SARDA) Scotland. We are a voluntary charity organisation training Search and Rescue Dogs for Mountain Rescue Teams all over Scotland.
The Search And Rescue Dog Association (Wales) is a voluntary organisation responsible for the training of Rescue Team Members and civilians to become Handlers of air scenting Search Dogs, enabling them to search for missing persons, in the Mountains, lowland, rural and urban areas of Wales.
The Glen of Imaal Mountain Rescue Team
The Glen of Imaal Mountain Rescue Team was formed in 1983, when the need for a quick response local mountain rescue team was identified. During that year, there were 3 accidents in the area in quick succession – one of which was fatal. Our primary response area covers all mountains in county Wicklow. We are also asked to assist neighbouring teams such as Dublin/Wicklow Mountain Rescue Team and the South East Mountain Rescue Association outside that primary area.