Two Britons killed in a major avalanche in the French Alps have been named as Steve Barber, 47, and John Taylor, 48.
The two friends lived in the same street in Upper Poppleton, a village to the north-west of York. They had been making their climb in aid of a local hospice, St Leonard's in York.
They died alongside Roger Payne, one of the UK's most respected climbers and former general secretary of the British Mountaineering Council who was named on Thursday evening.
The three men were among nine people who lost their lives after being hit by a massive wall of snow on Thursday as they traversed Mont Maudit in the Mont Blanc range near Chamonix.
Among the other victims were three Germans, two Spaniards and one Swiss climber.
ITV News Correspondent Stephen Douglas reports.
Tributes have poured in for the men, including from their families.
Steve Barber's long-term partner Donna Rogers said:
John Taylor's wife Karine said she and her two daughters, Emma, 10, and eight-year-old Louise were "devastated".
Roger Payne's brother Keith told the Daily Telegraph:
The British Ambassador to France, Sir Peter Ricketts, said:
A church service is to be held in Chamonix on Saturday afternoon in memory of the dead climbers, France's Interior Minister Manuel Valls said.