Six Irish men have been rescued from Sweden's highest mountain after they were stranded overnight.
They got into difficulty while descending from the peak of Kebnekaise at around 9:30 pm last night.
Most of the group weren't experienced hikers and some were wearing shorts and t-shirts.
The men were rescued just before 8 am this morning when conditions allowed a helicopter to find them.
All six men are said to be safe and well after their overnight ordeal.
Rickard Svedjesten, president of Sweden's Mountain Rescue Organisation, said the conditions overnight were very tough.
He said: "It was really cold when they were rescued by the local mountain rescue group. But everybody is in good health, and are taking care of each other right now.
"It was a tough experience - it was very cold and windy.
"It was minus ten degrees... they did a really good job to keep the heat up in the body until this morning."
He said while one of the men was well-equipped for the conditions, others weren't so well prepared in terms of clothing and equipment.
He said one of the men was wearing "shorts and not so good boots".
However, the group did everything they could to keep warm while they were waiting to be rescued.