Magazine back issues

Mountain Rescue is our quarterly magazine, available to team members and on subscription. Published in January, April, July and October, it’s packed with regional and national news, medical and technical developments, incident tales and travel stories, advice and commentary. Download back issues of the magazine below or take out a subscription here and get your very own copy of Mountain Rescue mag, hot off the press.

To enquire about editorial submissions, or feedback in any way email  If you wish to advertise in the magazine, please contact Caroline Davenport via 01829 781327.

Issue 29 Mountain Rescue July 2009

Over the last few issues, the magazine has been steadily growing chunkier, with this issue reaching a milestone 56 pages.…

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Issue 28 Mountain Rescue April 2009

David Allan continued his series on eponymous medical terms, from Cheyne-Stokes respiration to Eustachian Tube. Still on the medical front,…

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Issue 27 Mountain Rescue January 2009

More articles from the UK Conference 2008. Mark Hodgson asked ‘Should we search at night?’ and Ged Feeney asked ‘Why…

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Issue 26 Mountain Rescue October 2008

This issue carried a report on the UK Mountain Rescue Conference in Stirling, stunning photos of the moment an RAF…

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Issue 25 Mountain Rescue July 2008

We celebrated 75 years of mountain rescue, Judy Whiteside looked at the facts, myths and mythology behind lightning strikes and…

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Issue 24 Mountain Rescue April 2008

More changes on the cover as we stopped listing what was in each issue, preferring to let the image be…

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Issue 23 Mountain Rescue January 2008

Including a ‘manifesto for the missing’ carrying out the ‘perfect search’, one team’s experience of a technical rescue review and…

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Issue 22 Mountain Rescue October 2007

Reports from the south west and the Peak District on serious flooding in Gloucestershire and Sheffield – not the first…

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Issue 21 Mountain Rescue Magazine July 2007

In Issue 21 we carried a detailed report on the Grayrigg rail crash, from the perspective of team members involved…

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Issue 20 Mountain Rescue Magazine April 2007

Further developments in real-time tracking of individuals as an aid to search management and team member tracking and a different…

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Issue 19 Mountain Rescue Magazine January 2007

Mountain Rescue Ireland introduced their new Development Officer and their chairman wrote about the challenges of the role. There was…

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Issue 18 Mountain Rescue Magazine October 2006

Perhaps the first mention of mental health issues for the magazine – oddly, given that team members are frequently tasked…

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