A man has suffered serious injuries after falling 100 feet down Scafell Pike.
The runner had been making his way along the Corridor Route near to Greta Gill when the incident took place on Saturday afternoon.
The Wasdale Mountain Rescue Team, an RAF Sea King and the Great North Air Ambulance attended the scene, where they winched the man to safety.
He was then taken to the Royal Victoria Hospital in Newcastle where he was treated for significant injuries.
A 10 year old girl has climbed up Scafell Pike, the highest mountain in England.
But that Cumbrian feat is only a training walk for Eve Maylor, she is taking on a much bigger challenge.
She is raising money for charity by climbing three peaks in Yorkshire.
Police have confirmed the body that was found yesterday at Piers Ghyll, Scafell Pike, is Christopher Malcolm Blowman.
Search and rescue teams had been looking for the 67-year-old, from Lincolnshire after he was reported missing in the area on Wednesday 14 May.
Wasdale Mountain Team, which recovered a body from the Scafell Pike area of the Lake District this afternoon, said they had to contend with what they determine 'the region's most inaccessible place'.
They had been searching for Christopher Blowman, 67, from Carlton, Louth, went walking in the Scafell Pike area of the Lake District yesterday morning, Wednesday 14 May.
As yet, no formal identification of the body has taken place.
Cumbria Police have confirmed that the body found yesterday, on Great Gable in the Lake District, has been identified as James Lonsdale, 53, from Selby.
His death is not being treated as suspicious and the police are continuing enquiries on behalf of the coroner.
Mr Lonsdale’s family have been informed.
Mountain rescue teams have been searching through the night and throughout today for missing Selby man James Lonsdale.
Seven mountain rescue teams in total have been involved with the search, as well as search dogs from SARDA and a seeking helicopter from RAF Valley in North Wales.
It is hoped that England's highest mountain, Scafell Pike, will be significantly cleaner this morning.
A group of outdoor instructors had predicted that they would remove several tonnes of rubbish over the weekend that had been left behind by walkers, as part of a clean-up operation organised by volunteers.
A big clean-up of Scafell Pike begins today (Saturday).
It's one of the Lake District's top attractions for walker and climbers - but this brings with it a big littering problem.
To tackle this, a team of outdoor instructors are carrying out what they call a "deep clean" of Scafell Pike - England's highest mountain.
Hundreds of thousands of people visit the peak every year, leaving behind tonnes of rubbish.
A deep clean of England's highest mountain is being carried out by a group of outdoor instructors this weekend.
Scafell Pike in the Lake District sees hundreds of thousands of visitors who leave behind tonnes of rubbish.
Outdoor instructor Richard Pyne:
"I'd led groups on the top of Ben Nevis in winter before, but I was up there with a group this summer and I was appalled at the amount of litter I saw.
"I started filling a bag and ended up carrying down 3kg of rubbish that day."
Watch the Three Peaks Brass Band performing their rendition of 'Jerusalem' on the top Scafell Pike- England's highest mountain: