A climber rescued after being stranded overnight on a mountain in the Highlands has died.
The 57-year-old from Nottinghamshire was airlifted from a peak in the Glencoe area on Saturday after a major search operation.
He was rescued along with another man, 49, who had also been missing on Friday amid a high avalanche risk.
Police Scotland said the elder man being treated at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary had died and his family had been made aware.
A statement on Sunday said: “Police Scotland can confirm that one of the two missing climbers rescued from the Glencoe area on Saturday has sadly passed away."
The second climber, also from Nottinghamshire, remains in a stable condition at Belford Hospital in Fort William.
Both men had travelled to Glencoe as part of a climbing group.
The search began on Friday evening and resumed at 8am on Saturday, involving Glencoe, Lochaber and Oban Mountain Rescue Teams and a Coastguard helicopter.
HM Coastguard said one climber was found at midday and the second was located around 30 minutes later.