The 21 year old woman had been walking up the Minffordd path with her parents and had pushed on for the summit as they decided to turn back. Some time later they received a call from the woman saying that she was lost in the cloud, and subsequent attempts to call her went directly to answerphone.
The Team was put on standby while call-handlers tried to gather what little information was available, but with no real clue to the woman's location, the mountain range presented a very large search area. The team was deployed to start searching, with members in vehicles sweeping the likely areas where she might have descended from the mountain, whilst others headed onto the mountain from various directions to search the areas where people tend to end up when lost in low cloud.
As it was starting to look like the search would continue into darkness, the woman turned up, cold and wet, at the Cross Foxes Pub and the search was stood-down. A total of 18 volunteers were involved in the operation, and everyone was safely down off the mountain by 9:30 p.m.