An advert's gone out for one of the most unusual jobs in Cumbria - but it could save lives.
The Lake District National Park's recruiting a 'Fell Top Assessor'.
Whoever gets the job will brave wind, rain and snow to check conditions on the area's 950-metre peak, Helvellyn, during the winter months.
Jon Bennett, from Ambleside, has been doing the job for eight years, and he's to be joined by a new recruit.
Information relayed by them will be used by Weatherline, a phone and online service that keeps keep visitors and locals informed about the conditions.
Two men who climb one of the Lake District's highest peaks every day to record the weather conditions have come up with a new way of raising funds for their work.
They have launched an internet auction site, where people can bid to join them for a day - so if you've ever fancied working with the Fell Top Assessors, now's your chance.
Fiona Marley Paterson reports.
A chance to walk up Helvellyn with the Lake District National Park's Fell Top Assessors is being auctioned on the internet site ebay.
Some walks are available to buy, while the chance to write your report on the Weatherline website is also up for grabs to the highest bidder.
Organisers are hoping to raise money to help pay for the website for most of the year.
People are being offered the chance to bid to walk up Helvellyn with the Lake District National Park's Fell Top Assessors.
The chance to walk up Helvellyn with the Lake District National Park's Fell Top Assessors is being auctioned on the internet site eBay.
The nine walks that were available to buy have now been sold while the chance to write your report on the Weatherline website is up for the highest bidder.
It costs around £11,000 to run the site each year and the National Park thinks it should be funding, rather than relying on public money.
It is hoped the sales will fund the website for most of the year.
Patterdale Mountain Rescue Team were called to an incident yesterday after a man fell on Helvellyn.
A 49-year-old man and his friend, both from Cheshire, fell 100 meters down a snow gully while climbing Swirral Edge.
One man was uninjured but the other had head, neck and back injuries.
A mountain rescue team from Coniston came across the pair and called emergency services after making an initial evaluation of their injuries.
A married couple are recovering in hospital after falling 130 metres from Swirral Edge, Helvellyn in to Brown Cove.
Patterdale Mountain Rescue Team were called to the couples aid after another walker watched the man fall and then the woman shortly afterwards.
Both casualties were taken by the RAF Sea King helicopter to the Cumberland Infirmary in Carlisle.
Climbing Helvellyn, or any other mountain in the lake district, is not an easy task but imagine having to do it every day.
Well that's the task facing two men who's job it is to climb the fell every day for the next few months to record weather conditions.
As Fiona Marley Paterson reports - it's an essential part of keeping walkers and climbers safe over the winter.
Jon Bennett will climb Helvellyn every day in order to record weather conditions on the mountain.
Along with Jason Taylor they'll produce daily reports for the Weatherline website.
Jon told ITV Border what work he'll do on his climbs and why it's so important.
Two men who climb Helvellyn to record weather conditions are providing a 'vital' service for those climbing and walking in the area.
Jon Bennett and Jason Taylor will make the trip everyday from December to Easter.
About 15 million people read their reports on the Weatherline website.
Head of Lake District National Park visitor services Adam Thomas said their reports were vital:
For more information on how to stay safe in the fells visit the Weatherline website.