A woman has suffered serious head injuries after falling 20 metres down a rocky slope in the Lake District.
She was out walking with her son on Saturday 9 December when she slipped on an icy path above Taylorgill Force, near Seathwaite in Cumbria.
Her son ran down to a nearby farm to raise the alarm at 3.20pm, and she was later airlifted to Royal Preston Hospital.
The rescue took almost three and a half hours.
It involved 17 members of Keswick Mountain Rescue Team, the Great North Air Ambulance Service and Coastguard helicopter.
In a statement on Facebook, Keswick Mountain Rescue Team said: