Arran Mountain Rescue Team is a charitable organization made up of men and women from all over the Island. Team members are all volunteers and give up their time freely when an emergency arises.
The team currently has 30 members with a variety of skills and experience amongst us. The team provides Search and Rescue assistance to walkers and climbers on the Isle of Arran which is located in the Firth of Clyde, off the West Coast of Scotland.
Initially, a call will be raised via Police Scotland, and if it is necessary a call-out will then be initiated. Team members are contacted and assemble at the team base, briefed on the nature of the incident, and then head out to the appropriate location(s).
All team members at Arran mountain Rescue are experienced hillwalkers or mountaineers with a vast amount of local knowledge between them.
Team members are on-call 365 days a year and are unpaid volunteers giving up their time to help people in need.
The vast majority of our funding is raised through donations.
If you would like to find out how you can help our support Arran mountain Rescue, please visit our support page.
Arran Mountain Rescue Team SCIO is a Registered Charity (SC004055).
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The Arran Mountain Rescue Team SCIO was formed in 1964 with an initial group of 15 members.
Arran Mountain Rescue is a registered charity. Registered In Scotland No: SC004055. Registered Office: Tigh Na Bhreac, Kilpatrick, Isle of Arran, KA27 8EY