Albuquerque Mountain Rescue Council
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Hours of Operation24/7 365 days a year
”) is an all-volunteer organization of approximately 50 members who work in coordination with state and local law enforcement agencies as well as the United States National Guard aviation elements to provide round-the-clock, 365-Marche Albuquerque Mountain Rescue Council (“day-per-year search and rescue efforts of lost and injured New Mexicans in wilderness areas state-wide.We provide these services at no cost, in any weather, and any terrain conditions.
AMRC’s unique capabilities and trained, dedicated volunteers are what distinguish it from other search and rescue organizations. It goes where other fire/rescue/first responders cannot: technical vertical rock rescue, avalanche rescue operations, crevasse and cave rescue, and rescue in other dangerous alpine environments from the Sandias range to the Sangre De Christos. Its members are trained rock climbers, winter rescue specialists, mountaineers, and most importantly-medical providers who use sophisticated rope systems to save people from the most difficult terrain to access and traverse.