A walker was rescued after suffering a "nasty" fall near Lake Vyrnwy.

North East Wales Search and Rescue and the Welsh Ambulance Service were sent out on Saturday, February 1, to help a man who was unable to continue his walk due to his injuries.

Two Land Rovers and team members, including volunteers from Aberdyfi Search and Rescue, were called out to potentially stretcher off the injured man.

Paramedics managed to find the injured walker and were able to evacuate him without the use of a stretcher.

North East Wales Search and Rescue said on social media: "Thanks to RSPB Cymru at Vyrnwy for providing information and the initial means for the incident to be reported via their landline. Mobile coverage very poor down there!"