One of the busiest teams in the country. Over 120 incidents in 2018
We are a charity
We rely on the generosity of the public to keep the team operational
All of our members are volunteers, on call 24/7
Welcome to our website
Edale Mountain Rescue Team (EMRT) operates in the Peak District National Park in Derbyshire and is one of the busiest Mountain Rescue teams in the country. In 2018, team members were involved in 120 incidents throughout our operational area, which covers parts of Derbyshire and South Yorkshire.
We are a registered charity, number 1138626.
Welcome to our website, I hope you find it informative and interesting.
Edale Mountain Rescue Team held its first training exercise in 1956, meeting outside the Nags Head pub in Edale. Since that day, generations of team members have been on call, day and night 365 days a year to help those in need on the hills. In recent years our assistance has been requested by various police forces to help search for missing people closer to the urban fringes that surround our locality. Whilst technology advances and undoubtably assist in what we do, the most important element of our team are its members. Not only the operational people who go on the hill but also our support members that work tirelessly behind the scenes to keep the team running.
Like all other teams within the UK we are a registered charity and rely solely on donations to fund our work. This would not be possible without the generosity of public who take the time to send a donation, put money in collecting tins and undertake sponsored events to raise money for us. All our team members are volunteers and with the exception of a few administrative costs the money we receive is used solely to fund the operation of the team and secure its future going forward.
If you require assistance from Mountain Rescue:
Ask for Police & Mountain Rescue
Give the operator the exact location of the incident, the nature of any injuries, the number of casualties and your phone number
Stay near your telephone and stay put until told otherwise