A walker was rescued after getting lost on the route of the Yorkshire Three Peaks challenge.
The 53-year-old woman rang for help today, Tuesday, after getting disoriented between Pen-y-ghent and Ribblehead.
The Clapham-based Cave Rescue Organisation was alerted at 5.25pm by police and contacted the solo walker by phone.
A spokesperson said: “She was able to give some GPS coordinates before mobile phone contact was lost.”
A small team of rescue volunteers found the woman on Black Dubb Moss and helped her back down to a team vehicle near Hull Pot and she was then driven off the fell to safety.
Alfred Wainwright, in his guidebook Walks in Limestone Country, when describing the traditional Three Peaks route, said: “Avoid Black Dub [sic] Moss like the plague. It’s a bog!”
The rescue was the volunteer team’s 39th of the year.