Mountain rescuers worked with the crew of an air ambulance to treat a woman who slipped and injured her head.
Coniston Mountain Rescue Team was called out today to help the walker in Tom Ghyll near Tarn Hows.
The woman was on the track beside the waterfalls leading from the Lake District beauty spot.
Fifteen members of the volunteer team went to the walker’s aid.
A team spokesperson said: “The casualty was treated for head injuries by medical staff from the Great North Air Ambulance, but was well enough to walk down the path with assistance from team members.
“She was then transferred to a land ambulance for the onward journey to Lancaster Royal Infirmary.”