Mountain rescue teams in the Lake District encountered a tough operation to save a walker who was stranded on a crag.
The walker was descending Wasdale Screens from Whin Rigg summit early Monday morning before coming to a standstill on a ledge overlooking Great Gully.
PhoneFind and spotters below were used to work out their location.
Due to the nature of the rescue, the teams had to rig a complicated rope system to lower the walker down.
The whole operation took more than seven hours to complete, as a large amount of equipment had to be used, and 21 mountain rescue volunteers were involved.