- 14 Sep
BOULDER CITY, NV -- Goldstrike Canyon and Arizona Hot Spring trails, reopened Saturday after a temporary closure.
The trails were closed because public safety incidents in the canyons doubled from 2013 to 2014. Back in 2013 alone, there were 17 incidents, which resulted in one fatality, 31 patients and five medical transports.
- 13 Sep
Red Rock Search and Rescue raised over $5,000 today at our Garage Sale! Besides selling our donated items, we also outfitted one family that had nothing with furniture and clothing.
With these funds earmarked for team medical gear, technical rescue, and communications equipment, we want to give a heartfelt THANK YOU! to all of Las Vegas for your support!
- 10 Sep
Red Rock SAR is having a large garage sale this Saturday at our Training Center located at 330 Villa Monterey Dr, Las Vegas, Nevada 89145. That's' right off Buffalo and Ducharme, south of Summerlin Pkwy.
All proceeds go 100% towards needed SAR gear such as radios for the mobile command post, ropes, medical supplies, etc.
Join us at 7:30 AM this Saturday. We have leather jackets, small appliances, four better-quality mountain bikes and bike rack, a couple of refrigerators in good condition, tools, a nice BBQ island and grill, furniture, hiking gear, brand new back packs, and MUCH, MUCH MORE!
Join us at 7:30 AM this Saturday!
- 28 Aug
BOULDER CITY, Nevada – Goldstrike Canyon and Arizona Hot Spring trails, which were temporarily closed Aug. 1, will reopen Sept. 12.
The trails were closed because public safety incidents in these canyons have doubled from 2013 to 2014. In 2013, there were 17 incidents, which resulted in one fatality, 31 patients and five medical transports. In the first seven months of 2014, there were 37 incidents, resulting in three fatalities, 35 patients and 13 medical transports. Since the closure, there have been zero search and rescues from these locations.
The initial National Park Service closure, scheduled to end Aug. 31, was extended through Sept. 11 because of a variety of factors, including weather and employee and visitor safety. The Bureau of Reclamation closure was scheduled to end Sept. 14. It will end early. The trails will reopen in their entirety Sept. 12 in time for the popular fall hiking season.