Patterdale Mountain Rescue Team News and Incidents for November 10
Patterdale Mountain Rescue Team were called by the Police at 16:00 to assist a climber who had fallen approximately 100ft off the face of Helvellyn. The woman, a 20 year old student from London, was winter climbing with a group of other students when she slipped.
Fractured ankle on Middle Dodd. Patterdale: Middle Dodd. 20th NovemberPatterdale Mountain rescue team were called out by Cumbria Police at 15.45 to assist a 55yr old man from Carnforth Lancashire.
Search. Hartsop above How: Hartsop above How 20th NovemberPatterdale Mountain rescue team were called out by Langdale Ambleside MRT to assist in locating 2 fell walkers from the Wirral.
Crag fast walkers on St Sunday Crag: St Sunday Crag 20th NovemberWhilst finishing the second incident we were tasked by Cumbria Police to 2 Hill walkers from York who due to thick mist had misplaced the footpath and strayed onto steep craggy ground.
Search for missing kayakers: Ullswater 11th NovemberPatterdale mountain rescue team was called by Cumbria police to assist the coastguard in a search for the occupant of an upturned Kayak discovered in the Lake by an outdoor centre safety boat.
The team were called after a family of five rang the police when they found themselves on a flooded section of the Howtown to Patterdale Lake Shore path. As the team were responding it became clear that the family were safe, having been assisted by a local resident.
Overdue walker from Grasmere to Glenridding.
Student on an outdoor course with injured knee above Howtown.
Team News: Well wishers raise funds for MRT 2nd November
The wishing well in the garden at Granny Dowbekin’s Tearooms in Pooley Bridge is a popular feature with visitors and the most recent collection has raised nearly £150 for Patterdale Mountain Rescue Team. Ray Griffiths of the Team received the proceeds from Colin Hindle of the tearooms.