In an emergency call 999 and ask for Police then Mountain Rescue

National Walking Month Giveaway | Harvey Maps | Tayside MRT

National Walking Month Giveaway | Harvey Maps | Tayside MRT

17th May, 2022

To celebrate National Walking Month, our friends at HARVEY Maps have sent us a few maps which we are able to offer as giveaways over the coming weeks and months J

HARVEY Maps have been producing maps since 1977 and are based in Doune, Perthshire.  They publish maps to cover popular walking and climbing areas in the UK and Ireland, including the 1:25,000 Superwalker XT25 maps which are exceptionally clear, easy to read and 100% waterproof – ideal for those summer days in Scotland!

We are offering the Pitlochry, Loch Tummel & Blair Atholl Superwalker XT25 as a giveaway.

Tayside Mountain Rescue operates throughout Angus, Dundee, Perth & Kinross and parts of Fife – roughly 3000 square miles!  The team has a very close working relationship with the Police Scotland (Tayside) MRT and attend the majority of callouts as a join team.   The 37 strong team of volunteers come from all walks of life and from across the area.

Tayside MRT has its main training base in Blairgowrie, with supplementary base’s in Aberfeldy (West), Dundee (East) as well as having access to both Forfar (East) and Perth (Central) police stations.

Aimed at children, they also have a great webpage full of activities and facts about the team at the Hamish Hub

For further information, check out their website or follow them on @TaysideMRT.

This will be a regular feature, so keep your eye out for the next SMR team profile and the Superwalker XT25 map to accompany it.

If you would like to be in with a chance to get your hands on a Superwalker XT25 map of Pitlochry, Loch Tummel & Blair Atholl, please complete this form.  We only have one map per post to giveaway but you never know . . . it could be you!!

And remember, if you are in the hills and are in difficulty and need assistance, for Mountain Rescue Dial 999 or 112 then ask for ‘Police’ then ‘Mountain Rescue’.

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