HERE is a round-up of the incidents mountain rescue teams in South Lakeland and the western part of the Yorkshire Dales were called out to in the last week.

- A 13-year-old girl became separated from her parents at Blea Moor, near Whernside in the Yorkshire Dales, on Sunday. A Cave Rescue Organisation team was deployed but the missing girl soon turned up and the team was stood down.

- A 14-year-old girl sustained head injuries after tumbling 'five or six metres' down the path leading from the Whernside summit ridge towards Bruntscar. Rescuers said she suffered head and possible elbow injuries during the accident on Sunday. She was stretchered down to a waiting road ambulance.

- A couple requested assistance after taking a wrong turn in the mist on Helvellyn. They did not have torches on them and called for assistance as darkness fell on Sunday. 'Phone find' technology was used to establish their location and a small team of rescuers set out to meet them and escort them down.

- Mountain rescuers were called after a walker became stuck in snow on steep ground on the Old Man of Coniston on Thursday. A rescue team spokesman said: "In the event, she had retraced her steps back over the summit, but was then unable to find the way down in the snow. Some passing walkers guided her down before meeting up with searchers."