Mountain rescue teams in Cumbria are urging people to make sure they've turned their clocks back an hour.
Many people forget to, and get caught out when darkness falls sooner than expected on the Lake District fells.
ITV Border's Greg Hoare went to meet one of the members of the Wasdale team, to pick up some more safety tips.
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A man has died after falling while walking in the Lake District.
The Patterdale Mountain Rescue Team members were called on Saturday night to a 50-year-old man who had fallen down Dove Crag. He died after falling from a ledge.
The man had planned on spending the evening with a group of eight friends.
Around 100 people dressed in black are expected to take part in a Walk For Freedom event in Windermere.
Organisers of the event aim to raise awareness of human slavery and injustice.
The walk is taking place in single file from Lakes School in Windermere to Bowness Pier.
Local businesses have provided packed lunches for the participants and free cruise vouchers for their return trip.
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As summer draws to a close mountain rescue teams in the Lake District are warning people to be aware of the added dangers of walking in the hills in the autumn and winter.
Each year people are caught out as the amount of daylight reduces and the weather worsens:
We always try and get the message out - remember your torch, remember it gets dark an hour earlier, so that will happen again, but also you know with Freshers' Week we'll have a lot of students coming up, enjoying the outdoors which is great.
A precariously-placed boulder, which has been resting towards the top of a Lake District mountain for years, has crumbled from its perch.Read the full story ›
50 boats are in action every day on Lake Bassenthwaite as part of the annual sailing week.
It is a tradition which dates back to the 1950s, and Kate Walby has spent the day there:
Cockermouth Mountain Rescue Team was called this morning (Monday August 1) to a woman who had slipped whilst descending from Haystacks towards Scarth Gap and injured her ankle.
The team attended along with the Great North Air Ambulance.
The 49-year-old casualty from Teesside was treated at the scene by team members and air ambulance doctors and carried to the helicopter.
She was flown to the Cumberland Infirmary for further treatment.