The Where the Rope Ends team is partnering with Search and Rescue chapters around the country for the film to be used as a marketing and fundraising tool.

On the day of the accident, Snohomish County Volunteer Search and Rescue dispatched over 30 people to aid in Nichole’s rescue mission. SCVSAR is made up of over 300 dedicated volunteers. They perform more than 120 life-saving missions each year, logging over 9,500 hours of service. Their capabilities include helicopter rescue, 4x4 rescue, wilderness and urban search, K-9, horseback, swift-water, mountain recovery, and emergency first aid.

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10 Hiking Essentials 

  • Navigation

  • Sun Protection

  • Insulation

  • Illumination

  • First Aid Supplies

  • Fire Starters

  • Repair Kit & Tools

  • Nutrition

  • Hydration

  • Emergency Shelter

SCVSAR encourages everyone active in the wilderness to have training in first aid and/or other backcountry safety courses offered by reputable organizations like the mountaineers.