A man has been rescued from a mountain in Cumbria, after a 160ft fall.
In a difficult operation, in extreme conditions, the man, aged 20, was secured and taken to safety by member of the Keswick Mountain Rescue Team, before being airlifted to hospital.
Volunteer rescuers said the man suffered a fall after attempting to climb up a gully on the south-west of Great End.
He was not wearing crampons and slid and fell around 160ft, hurting his knee and becoming immobilised.
A passing walker came across him and raised the alarm.
A spokesperson for Keswick Mountain Rescue Team said:
"The team requested assistance from the Coastguard helicopter. The team then made its way to Seathwaite Farm, where they were able to park on the new bale park, off the muddy field, to await the arrival of the helicopter."