CB Cameron Rescue Center



It is with great pride and honor that Mountain Rescue Aspen has completed construction on the new C.B. Cameron Rescue Center.  Without the dedication of past and present selfless rescuers and donors, this facility would not have been possible.  This facility will serve as Mountain Rescue Aspen’s rescue, training and education center.

Many may wonder who C.B. Cameron was.  In 1977, a plane crash involving the Cameron family occurred in the Capitol Creek drainage.  Mountain Rescue Aspen performed the rescue of the family, but unfortunately C.B. Cameron did not survive the crash.  The Cameron Family has chosen Mountain Rescue Aspen to say thank you for actions taken so long ago that were never forgotten.

C.B. Cameron was a great individual who by example taught many to always give back and value others.  This building was built and dedicated in his honor as a way to allow Mountain Rescue Aspen to further give back to the community.