7 January 2010.
Two males hillwalkers (40yrs & 15yrs) were on a camping
and Munro bagging trip in winter conditions in Glen
Affric. The Police received a worried call from the mother of the
15yr old as the pair had said they would report in every night but had
failed to do so. Kintail MRT advised Police that deployment was
not required immediately as the walkers were not, in fact, overdue and
their failure to report was possibly due to poor mobile signal.
Police decided to ask for an RAF helicopter, which was tasked and found the men
walking back to their tent having had a good day on the hill.
20 February 2010. A 51yr old female walker slipped on a track in Glen Lichd and injured her right ankle. She was splinted and carried to a waiting vehicle.
20 February 2010. A motorist reported seeing flashing lights on one of the hills in Glen Shiel.
On investigation by team members it turned out to be mountaineers
descending from the hill after dark. They were not in any
20 February 2010.
Glen Lichd by Morvich (NH003174) A female walker (51yrs) was
undertaking a 6 mile walk on a stalker’s track with her husband and son
when she slipped on ice and broke her right ankle. Uplifted by Landrover to Morvich MRT post.
20 March 2010. Two
men (44yrs, 31yrs) became cragfast on Creag a Mhaim and called for
help. The Coastguard helicopter attended and airlifted them to the Cluanie
18 May 2010.
A 65yr old man had been reported overdue by a B&B landlady.
His car was located at Killilan and a note indicated Glen Elchaig as
his possible route with various options for
destination. Police reported a call from the man that he had
been to the Falls of Glomach. Lights spotted later. Police met him
as he came off the hill.
A search for a lone hillwalker, already missing for several days,
involving Kintail, Skye and Kinloss teams and a RAF helicopter.
Constabulary Press Release 1. Northern
Constabulary Press Release 2.11 October
A search exercise by Kintail MRT found human remains.
The remains were taken from the scene by the Coastguard helicopter. Northern
Constabulary Press Release.
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