A man has died after falling while climbing rocks in the Lake District on Saturday afternoon.
Rescuers were called after shouts from the crag were heard
The 53-year-old, from Ambleside, was on Raven Crag when he fell.
A team of 20 rescuers from the Langdale-Ambleside team, called after shouts from the crag were heard, eventually brought the man's body down.
The man's death was the second in the Lake District in as many days after a 44-year old man fell on Striding Edge, Helvellyn, on Friday night.
It is thought the man, from Bolton in Greater Manchester, fell after getting separated from his brother in mist.
More than 50 rescuers and 10 dogs were involved in a search operation on the mountain.
However, the man, who has not yet been named, was found alone, with a lunchbox beside him.