Sneak peaks: Trail UK Mountain Photo of the Year winners
The winners of the Trail UK Mountain Photo of the Year competition have been announced.
Run by outdoor pursuits magazine Trail, the entries included photographs from the Scottish Highlands to Brecon Beacons.
Ross Campbell, a mechanical engineering student at the University of Glasgow, won the competition's top award.
Mr Campbell, 27, took his image on a wild camping trip in Glen Cononish in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.
Angus Clayton's photograph of Snowdonia's challenging serrated ridge, Crib Goch.
Benjamin Atmer's photograph, Mind the Gap, was captured on Beinn Alligin in Torridon.
Greg Whitton's picture was another of Trail's top 10 images.
The Old Man of Coniston in the Lake District by Ian Ally.
Hugo Sarlandie photographed Loch Etive in the Scottish Highlands.
Matthew Jenning's image The Wonder from Bla Bheinn.
Pen y Fan in the Brecon Beacons in an image taken by Paul James Newton.
Tom Hecht photographed Adam to Eve, the standing stones at the summit of Tryfan in Snowdonia.
Michael Burke's Torridon Hail Storm Panoramic was also selected for the competition's top 10.