Helvellyn has been voted Britain's favourite walk in ITV's Britain's Favourite Walks: Top 100, presented by Julia Bradbury and Ore Oduba.
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If you missed last night's show, you can find out which other of your favourite places featured here.
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A 39-year-old man climbing Helvellyn headwall has fallen almost 500ft after trying to help another walker who slipped near to Swirral Edge.
The climber suffered serious chest injuries, but made his way down the mountain with a companion, where 20 members of Keswick Mountain Rescue Team and an air ambulance assisted.
He was flown to the Cumberland Infirmary in Carlisle for treatment.
Keswick Mountain Rescue Team posted to Facebook about the incident:
To everyone's surprise, the casualty was able to walk to the aircraft with some support - a very lucky man."
The "ill-equipped" walker, who had initially fallen, was rescued by another climber.
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A man has been seriously injured after falling five hundred feet from Helvellyn.
The Great North Air Ambulance was called on Saturday afternoon, after the man in his thirties fell from Swirral Edge into Brown Cove.
Patterdale Mountain Rescue Team were also called out, as well as the coastguard helicopter. They say the man fell while descending Helvellyn.
He was treated for severe injuries to his head, neck, spine and chest and flown to hospital in Newcastle.
He is described as being in critical condition.
Police have identified the man who died after falling from Helvellyn at the weekend as Stewart Armstrong.
The 59-year-old, from County Durham, was walking with his son when he fell from Striding Edge on Saturday.
A father has died in a fall from a popular Lake District mountain route. The 59 year old was walking with his son on Helvellyn when the accident happened. Mountain rescuers say a number of walkers risked their own safety to help the man. Kate Walby reports.
A man has died after falling from Striding Edge in the Lake District, while walking with his son, on Saturday, June 20.
Patterdale Mountain Rescue Team were called out along with an RAF SeaKing helicopter.
The walker had severe head injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene.
On behalf of the rescue services involved in the incident, we would like to express our sincerest condolences to the family and friends of the man who tragically lost his life. Helvellyn is a very special place and the ridges make for a great mountain day. The man and his son were well equipped. Those people who were walking on the ridge at the time, and who risked their own safety to assist the man, should be commended. They did everything they could to help.'
A 75-year-old man has died after falling approximately 100 metres from Striding Edge, Helvellyn, on Monday afternoon.
Mike Blakey, the Team Leader from Patterdale Mountain Rescue Team, said: "the thoughts of all the Team members are with the man's family, friends and walking companions at this difficult time."
It was a stunning day on the mountain and great conditions to be out enjoying the views. The man was properly equipped and experienced.
Sadly this is the fourth incident on Helvellyn in which climbers and walkers have lost their lives this year."
The North West Air Ambulance, RAF Sea King helicopter and Penrith MRT assisted Patterdale Mountain Rescue Team with the incident.