LIKE the Dark Knight's Batcave or Superman's Fortress of Solitude, the "superheroes" of North Shore Rescue now have a lair to call home.
THERE'S nothing quite so rewarding as the feeling of saving another person's life, most search and rescue volunteers can tell you.
HEAVY rainfall in the North Shore mountains has avalanche experts on edge this weekend.
AS a crowd of onlookers jockey for better views, a man stands waving from a second-storey window trying to signal for help.
NORTH Shore Rescue volunteers had to escort a wayward hiker back to civilization after he lost his way in the woods east of Cypress Bowl late Sunday afternoon.
A snowshoer was hospitalized with serious injuries Sunday after he fell 30 metres into a gully near Hollyburn Mountain.
AFTER a busy holiday season spent plucking stranded boarders from the local backwoods, North Shore Rescue is reaching out to the public for help.
LESS than a week after a massive three-day search for a lost Cypress Mountain snowboarder concluded, another out-of-bounds boarder was rescued from the same terrain.
North Shore Search and Rescue says it doesn't want any part of the $10,000 Cypress Mountain ski resort is demanding from Sebastien Boucher for his dramatic rescue earlier this week.
AFTER three days lost in near-whiteout conditions, a Vancouver snowboarder has been found alive in a snowy canyon north of Horseshoe Bay.
AFTER two gruelling days, rescuers were still searching Tuesday evening for a snowboarder who got stranded in treacherous terrain near Cypress Bowl when he veered out of bounds on the weekend.
OHLY, the elusive Bernese Mountain Dog, is safely back home after spending almost two weeks running loose on the North Shore backcountry and worrying his owners sick.
A young skier is dead after taking a fall and suffering a heart attack on Hollyburn Mountain Saturday afternoon.
IN the spring of 2010, North Shore Rescue began conducting a new yearly training exercise that has an interesting twist.
"If it hadn't been for him, this thing would be dead in the water."
SEARCH and rescue teams across the province who use helicopter external transport systems, better known as long-lines, found themselves hamstrung over the weekend because of a certification snafu with the federal government.
A North Vancouver man had to be rescued by helicopter over the weekend after getting lost in the dark on his way down from the Lions.
Master Confucius said, "Look at the means a man employs, observe the path he takes, and examine where he feels at home"
TWO hikers had to be airlifted out of Lynn Headwaters Regional Park Thursday after spending the night trapped on a rocky cliff ledge.