Two fell walkers had to be rescued by Cockermouth Mountain Rescue Team yesterday after becoming disorientated in thick cloud.
The two people from Hull were walking along the Red Pike Hugh Stile ridge.
Members of the Mountain Rescue Team located them just off the summit of the High Stile and walked them to the safety of Buttermere Village.
A 23-year-old man is recovering from a broken ankle after falling 200 feet down a cliff face.
The man was scrambling on Grassmoor Front with friends when he fell around Sunday lunchtime.
Two doctors from the Cockermouth Mountain Rescue team treated him on the cliff side and a Sea King helicopter from RAF Boulmer winched him to safety, before taking him to hospital in Carlisle.
Watch footage from the rescue below.
A 23 year old walker from Cumbria has sustained multiple injures after falling 200 feet down the side of a mountain in the Lake District.
The man was injured after falling onto a ledge in an area known as Grassmoor Front at 13:49 this afternoon whilst out scrambling.
He was winched off the ledge by a Sea King helicopter from RAF Boulmer, helped by members of the Cockermouth Mountain rescue team.
The man is being treated at the Cumberland Infirmary in Carlisle.
It took four hours and 31 members of Cockermouth Mountain Rescue Team to help a man trapped in the Lake District.
The mountain rescue team were called out at 8:10pm, yesterday, Thursday 8 May, to a group at the summit of Pillar, in Ennerdale.
The man in his forties, from Cleveland, was trapped by a rock that had fallen on his leg.
He was treated by the team and lowered on a stretcher to an area where he could be reached by helicopter.
A Sea King helicopter, sent from RAF Boulmer, took the casualty to Carlisle's Cumberland Infirmary.
A hiker had to be rescued from one of Cumbria's highest fells after he got stuck near a cliff. The 51 year old got trapped on Pillar Rock as he descended from the top of Pillar. Cockermouth Mountain Rescue say they found him in a precarious position on the west face of the crag.
The man, who's from Suffolk, had to be lowered down to safety with ropes.
A 61 year-old woman was taken to hospital by air ambulance following a fall on the Buttermere lakeshore path.
The woman fell on a rock step on Saturday and was treated by the Great North Air Ambulance doctor and paramedic before being carried to the helicopter by Cockermouth Mountain Rescue Team.
The woman was flown to the Cumberland Infirmary with suspected spinal injuries.
This week the Cockermouth Mountain Rescue Team are celebrating their 60th anniversary and looking back on countless lives saved and after six decades of public service.
Ryan Dollard has this report:
Jim Coyle and John Dempster have both been part of Cockermouth Mountain Rescue Team for more than fifty years:
Mike Park from the Cockermouth Mountain Rescue Team has been celebrating the 60th anniversary of the rescue service along with his colleagues.
He told ITV Border why the service is so important to the town:
This morning veterans and some of the current team will met to celebrate six decades of life saving on the fells. The team believe they have now performed more than 1,000 rescues with well over half coming in the last 15 years as walking has become increasingly popular.