A mountain rescue team were called out to two separate incidents within nine minutes of each other in different parts of the Nevis range at the weekend.
A climber in his 30s is in a critical but stable condition in hospital in Glasgow after falling around 196ft on Aonach Mor at around 3.41pm on Saturday.
He suffered head injuries in the incident and was helped off the hill by members of Lochaber Mountain Rescue Team and RAF Lossiemouth helicopter Rescue 137.
He was airlifted to Belford Hospital in Fort William before being transferred to the Southern General Hospital by HMS Gannet helicopter Rescue 177.
And just nine minutes later Lochaber MRT were also sent to help a walker in his 20s who fallen around 164ft with his dog on Am Bodach in the Mamores.
He was collected by Rescue 137 and taken to the Belford Hospital but was later released having suffered minor injuries.
The dog was taken to the vets and it is unclear how serious its injuries are.
Rescue 177 was involved in rescuing a party of walkers who had got into difficulty in poor conditions in the Hidden Valley area of Glencoe.
They were found by the helicopter at around 6.15pm before being met by members of Glencoe Mountain Rescue Team and helped to safety.
Nobody was injured in this incident.