Navigation expert Lyle Brotherton explains the magic emergency phone number 112. This connects you to the emergency services on any available network - a good way to get around patchy mobile coverage in the hills, in the event of a mishap.
You can even register your phone to be able to contact help via text. 112 works in 70 countries worldwide, including all of the EU. More info here.
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