Tacoma Mountain Rescue

Caduceus, PCSAR, TMRU

Tacoma Mountain Rescue is a high angle and technical terrain Search & Rescue (SAR) Unit.

TMR are expert volunteer SAR mountaineers, on call 24/7/365 for Police, Sheriff’s Departments and National Parks throughout Washington State.

As a charity we are funded by your donations for gear, gas and training. We can’t do this work without your help.

TMR is also a founding member of the North American Mountain Rescue Association (MRA) and a pioneer in advanced life support (ALS) in the wilderness.

 

Mountain Rescue are the first call & last resort for help in the highest, most remote and most dangerous wilderness terrain. Our skilled team of volunteer mountaineers are regularly called on by the State Emergency Management Department to leave work & family to save lives 24/7/365.

TMR was founded in 1958 and is a founding member of the national Mountain Rescue Association which now represents over 95 teams across the United States and Canada.

TMR is an Advanced Life Support (ALS) provider that can give full scope medical care to patients in the backcountry. We have several emergency physicians and paramedics on the team. One of our ongoing projects is to build a network of wilderness trained physicians along the west coast of WA that can also provide mutual aid and improve our advanced medical coverage for all our missions. For more information and to sponsor this groundbreaking ALS program visit www.mountainmedicine.us.

TMR is a a 501(c)(3) registered charity and volunteer organization. We can only continue to do this work and save lives through your support for equipment, training & supplies.

Tacoma Mountain Rescue is a Charity.

TMR is a 100% volunteer run 501(c)(3) charity with 0% admin costs.  Please donate online today or contact us about partnering and business sponsorship opportunities.  On behalf of the next lives saved – thank you!

The Puyallup Tribe of Indians

An amazing group responsible for much of our life-saving equipment, search vehicles, gear, and operational funding.

The Ben Cheney Foundation

A long time supporter of Tacoma Mountain Rescue, the foundation has provided funds for both of our Rescue trucks.

Puget Sound Energy

These guys do more than deliver gas and electricity, their assistance in getting a second truck allows us to deliver people to where we are needed.

Boeing

Thanks to Boeing for their kind donations and support of Tacoma Mountain Rescue.

Outdoor Research

Thanks to Seattle based Outdoor Research for the great gear and great discounts you give TMR unit members.

Wet Coast

Thanks to Wet Coast Brewing Company who support TMR through events held at their wonderful Gig Harbor tasting rooms.

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As a charity, every year we struggle for funds for all the gear and stuff that keeps us ready to get to you on the mountain when you need us.

Tacoma Mountain Rescue News

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One slip and a nice day out changes fast on Rainier. Here's one moment from a 10 hour technical rescue off the Muir Snowfield. MRNP SAR Rangers leading a team of TMR Patrollers. Deep snow and gale force winds overcome by ropes, rigging, a hypowrap, advanced chemistry & sheer bloody mindedness. Patient says they're doing well and are on the road to recovery. Special thanks to the NPS and our new TMR advanced medics - great job! ... See MoreSee Less

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You all are amazing, each one on a Christmas 😇 angel! That person is so lucky 🍀 to have all of you! Thank you for your sacrifice, dedication and passion! mahalo 🌺🕯🎄🎁🥇❄️stay safe and warm!

Gosh Mary, what an end to a day out. Send our best wishes for a speedy recovery

That’s our Meredith all bundled up - but rescued. Thanks to all who risk their lives to save others. Grateful.

Skin up on a sunny day to Muir, ski down , caught a rock, fracture lower leg weather changed. She fine now, but it’ll be a while before she’s at Muir again.

Stellar work!

Whoa Mary is she OK? Sending hugs x

Solid work, TMR, EMR, and MRNP!

Mrs Alicia Malone is so wonderful to work with. As a first time investor, I wasn’t completely sure of the process but Mrs Alicia Malone helped me through it all and I made a profit of $6,500 with an investment of $600. He was also extremely helpful in coordinating the withdrawal process. I highly recommend Mrs Alicia Malone to everyone looking to start up an investment. These are his contact details Email: aliciamalone770@gmail.com WhatsApp: +1218 394-2379

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We want to give a shout out to our friends at Minus 33.  They donated a bunch of cold weather gear to us and some other Washington State SAR teams.  This gear is for hypothermic or soon to be hypothermic patients. Its a fantastic way to give back to the community and I hope you all consider checking out their website for some goodies this winter. www.minus33.com

We want to give a shout out to our friends at Minus 33. They donated a bunch of cold weather gear to us and some other Washington State SAR teams. This gear is for hypothermic or soon to be hypothermic patients. Its a fantastic way to give back to the community and I hope you all consider checking out their website for some goodies this winter. www.minus33.com ... See MoreSee Less

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Mrs Alicia Malone is so wonderful to work with. As a first time investor, I wasn’t completely sure of the process but Mrs Alicia Malone helped me through it all and I made a profit of $6,500 with an investment of $600. He was also extremely helpful in coordinating the withdrawal process. I highly recommend Mrs Alicia Malone to everyone looking to start up an investment. These are his contact details Email: aliciamalone770@gmail.com WhatsApp: +1218 394-2379

News Release: Mount Rainier National Park announces winter 2022-23 recreational access changes. Paradise road access shifts to Saturdays and Sundays.

Mount Rainier National Park announced updates today to winter 2022-23 recreational access, including changes to the Paradise access schedule. Beginning today, November 29, the park will maintain public vehicle access to Paradise on Saturdays and Sundays, but due to staffing limitations the road will be closed to public access during the week. The Longmire area will continue to be open seven days a week barring any major storm events. Park staff will continue to revisit the Paradise access schedule should staffing levels change during the winter season.

Full news release go.nps.gov/1gu9vf

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I'm bummed I moved outta the area before I got to ski Ellinor. Although it's pretty intimidating from what I remember glissading last time. I would love to ski all the way back down to big creek if I could.

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