- 22/05/2019NY 42570 10280
A 72 year old gentleman from Aylesbury became unwell while walking on the fells above Hartsop
- 18/05/2019NY 36265 15916
Saturday 18 May 4.15pm Patterdale Mountain Rescue Team were alerted by Cumbria Constabulary to go to the aid of a 51 Year old woman who had tripped and sustained an ankle injury close to the spot known as "the hole in the
- 12/05/2019NY 36587 11660
Two persons cragfast on Scrubby Crag
- 08/05/2019NY 40700 15700
Student feeling unwell
- 05/05/2019NY 42360 10805
4.30pm Sunday 5 May 2019 Patterdale Mountain Rescue Team were alerted by Cumbria Police to go to the aid of a woman who had fallen off the path in Pasture Bottom.
- 04/05/2019NY 34180 15150
Two walkers reported over due by their partners.
- 04/05/2019NY 34548 14999
At 4.00pm on Saturday 4 May 2019 Patterdale Mountain Rescue Team were called by Cumbria Police to go to the aid of a crag fast couple.
- 03/05/2019NY 34500 15200
Male feel unwell, Striding Edge, Helvellyn
- 02/05/2019NY 37307 17751
30yr old male feeling unwell and unable to continue his walk.
- 30/04/2019NY 35361 12610
At approximately 4.00pm on Tuesday 30 April Patterdale Mountain Rescue Team were called by Cumbria Police to go to the aid of a young man who had collapsed and fainted close to Grisedale Tarn and the Brothers Parting stone.
- 27/04/2019NY 39800 13200
The team got a second call, this time via the North West Ambulance Service to request assistance with a male who was out walking with friends on the Hartsop Above How Fell. The man had slipped and was unable to continue walking.
- 27/04/2019NY 39800 21800
On Saturday 18 May at 1100hrs, Patterdale Mountain Rescue Team were called by Cumbria Police to assist a woman who had injured her ankle near Aira Force whilst on a charity walk.
- 19/04/2019NY 41500 19100
Boy falls down into Scalehow Force waterfall
- 16/04/2019NY 34260 15070
Search for 2 overdue walkers
- 15/04/2019NY 46069 24045
Capsized boat, Floshgate area of Ullswater.
- 15/04/2019NY 41929 19139
Mountain biker with twisted ankle.
- 06/04/2019NY 34039 15349
Party of 27 hillwalking on Helvellyn failed to contact their group leader at the end of the day. Whilst the team were assembling a search plan the party made contact.
- 24/03/2019NY 37100 19700
73yr old lady with a suspected fractured ankle
- 19/03/2019NY 42750 20090
Woman with twisted ankle on shore of Ullswater
- 16/03/2019NY 34170 15150
Search for the well being of a male in the vicinity of Helvellyn
- 10/03/2019NY 40268 08746
Multiple road traffic collisions on Kirkstone Pass during heavy snow shower.
- 07/03/2019NY 44258 19223
A 46 year old woman from Carlisle fell and sustained a lower leg injury while walking on Steel Knotts above Howtown on Thursday.
- 26/02/2019NY 42830 12600
Man fallen near Hayeswater dam and sustain a head injury
- 25/02/2019NY 35086 20989
A couple became lost after attempting a circuit around Swirral Edge, over Helvellyn and returning down from Sticks Pass.
- 23/02/2019NY 35187 15570
Patterdale Mountain Rescue Team were called by Cumbria Constabulary to go to the aid of a woman that was being carried off the fell by two gentlemen after she had sustained a leg injury, this was reported to be somewhere between Red tarn and on the path to the Helvellyn YHA.
- 18/02/2019NY 35400 13470
Reports of flashing lights above Ruthwaite Lodge, Grisdale Valley
- 08/02/2019NY 44700 16900
Patterdale Mountain Rescue Team were called by Cumbria Police to make contact with a gentleman from Edinburgh who was worried for his partner whom he had not heard from for 24 hours.
- 16/01/2019NY 46655 24773
North West Ambulance Service tasked Patterdale MRT to help them with an unresponsive male casualty
- 06/01/2019NY 33700 13530
Two female walkers became disorientated in low cloud and darkness. The Team Leader spoke to them via phone and established their location. They were well down on the West side of Nethermost Pike so the call was passed to Kewsick MRT. They were escorted safely from the mountain.
- 05/01/2019NY 34130 15210
Emergency beacon activation on Helvellyn. After investigation this was confirmed as a false alarm.