Patterdale Mountain Rescue Team received five call outs on Helvellyn over the Bank Holiday Weekend.
One incident involved a 54-year-old man who died after falling over 200m from Striding Edge, on the morning of Sunday 27 August 2017.
Several experienced Mountaineers who were already in the area abseiled from Striding Edge to the man's location and began first aid.
Bad weather conditions meant that both the Air Ambulance and larger Coastguard Helicopter were unable to fly to the casualty's location.
All four of Patterdale Mountain Rescue Team's Landrovers responded along with Penrith Mountain Rescue Team.
Both teams provided immediate medical care, but sadly the man died at the scene:
The Team was also called out just before 3pm, on Monday 28 August, when a man and his dog fell a similar distance from Striding Edge.
The man was seriously injured and was treated by Team members and the Great North Air Ambulance Doctor and Paramedic.
Because of the poor weather the team had to carry the man below cloud so that the Coastguard Rescue helicopter could reach them.
Tha man's dog was also treated at the scene and is currently at a local vets.
He suffered a serious leg fracture which is being operated on today, Tuesday 29 August.
Patterdale Mountain Rescue Team say they hope the man and his dog will make a quick recovery:
While the Team were dealing with the incident on Sunday two mountain bikers were also treated for injuries.
One for a deep cut to his leg and the second for a hip injury having both cycled over rocks coming down from Helvellyn.
Later that evening the Team were called out to search for a father and daughter reported as missing on Helvellyn.
They turned up safe and well as the Team was responding.