Braemar Mountain Rescue Association

Braemar Mountain Rescue is our nominated charity partner. The  rescue team will be at the event to provide safety support in partnership with our professional staff and first aiders.


Help us support this fantastic voluntary emergency service!

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Hit one of the fundraising targets below and receive a fantastic and unique reward from

Braemar Mountain Rescue!


BMRA Goody Bag


Braemar MR Team Buff


Tour of Braemar MR centre


free copy of BMRA’s 50th anniversary book “Mostly Happy Returns”


a Morrone Hill Landrover safari for you and 3 friends


Attend a bespoke BMRT training day and bring a  friend

Who are they?

Braemar Mountain Rescue Association was formed in 1965 by local residents of Deeside, Scotland. They often had little or no mountaineering experience or adequate equipment, yet found themselves called upon to rescue others from dire and often hopeless situations.

Braemar Mountain Rescue Association

In 2015 Braemar Mountain Rescue Association (Scottish Charity SC008652) celebrated 50 years of service, and the team presently comprises a total of 40 men and women from all walks of life who live and work locally. Unlike their predecessors they are highly trained and have professional kit at their disposal.


Yet the essence remains unchanged: these volunteers still put their lives on the line during rescue missions in the most inaccessible places of the Scottish wilderness, often at night and in atrocious weather conditions.


It costs £70,000 to run this service each year as the purchase, usage and upkeep of the team’s specialist vehicles and equipment is hugely expensive. However, this equipment frequently makes the difference between life and death on the mountains.


Please support this essential voluntary service – if you love spending time in the outdoors you might need their help one day!