Three teenage climbers get stuck on Highland mountain

The coastguard search and rescue helicopter
The coastguard search and rescue helicopter

Three teenage climbers were rescued off a mountain in the Scottish Highlands after getting stuck.

The 19-year-olds became cragfast on 3461-feet high Liathach.

The alarm was raised at 4.45pm on Tuesday and members of Torridon Mountain Rescue Team reached the climbers to help them down to a spot where a Coastguard search and rescue helicopter from Inverness could airlift them to the team’s base.

Police Scotland said none of the climbers were injured.

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