What we do

cave and mountain rescue
Saving Lives Above & Below Ground in the Yorkshire Dales The Cave Rescue Organisation is based in Clapham in North Yorkshire and provides the cave and mountain rescue service in the Three Peaks area of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, and also extending westwards into…
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How you can help us

support your rescue team
The CRO is a charity and cannot run without the help of both it’s members and it’s supporters. There are many ways in which you can help support CRO, so that when you need help, we will be there.   How you can help us…
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Incident 62/2014 – Sep 17 Wed 17.28 Waterfalls Walk, Ingleton, North Yorkshire – Mountain Rescue

Walking 2
A walker (m, 58) sustained an ankle injury descending the footpath near Snow Falls. CRO was called and, following treatment, stretchered the casualty up to a road ambulance near Beezleys Farm. Volunteer hours: 20
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Farewell to the Sea King

end of the seaking
Helicopter support for Mountain Rescue is moving away from the RAF over the coming months, which will mark the end of a long association with the RAF Sea King. CRO held it’s last training session with the RAF near Horton in Ribblesdale on Saturday.
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Incident 61/2014 – Sep 12 Fri 18.37 Newby Moss Pot, North Yorkshire – Cave Rescue

Caving
A caver (m, 44) became trapped in Newby Moss Pot after getting physically stuck on the final climb out to daylight. After 90 minutes of struggling to get out his companion left him and came down off the hill to raise the alarm. CRO used…
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The Landrover competition is going International

From Shibuya in Japan – John and family including Taiga who is 8. Taiga climbed Gordale waterfall when aged 6 and is hoping to visit CRO in Clapham one day. You can see more about the Land Rover competition here>>https://www.facebook.com/crolandrover 
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