A climber, walker and two mountain bikers were injured in falls in the Peak District over the weekend.
Members of Edale Mountain Rescue team helped a climber who dislocated his knee in a fall at the plantation boulders at Stanage.
They also helped two mountain bikers who fell near Abbey Brook, above the Upper Derwent Reservoirs.
The first biker suffered a neck injury and was taken to the Northern General Hospital in Sheffield.
The other injured his shoulder in another fall.
Rescuers also helped a walker who fell at Upper Crowden Brook, Kinder Scout.
A coastguard helicopter winched him off the moor and he was taken to the Northern General Hospital for treatment.
Yesterday, Woodhead Mountain Rescue Team helped a female cyclist who was airlifted to hospital with a broken leg after coming off her bike near Bull Clough, Langsett.