A group of fell runners have cleaned a bothy which had been attacked by graffiti vandals.
Explicit images and words were daubed on and in Lingy Hut in the Lake District's Northern Fells, near the Cumbria Way, on Christmas Day.
The Mountain Bothies Association said the graffiti was "extremely annoying to put it mildly".
Members of the Northern Fells Running Club have now cleared the graffiti during their annual run to the hut.
This morning's club run was our traditional run out to Lingy Hut for festive drinks and nibbles. Club members also cleaned up the recent graffiti that had been left there 😟— Northern Fells (@NorthernFellsRC) December 30, 2018
Thanks to everyone who came and well done on a good job 👍 pic.twitter.com/yf8mdgFjz5
Neil Stewart, of the Mountain Bothies Association, had said volunteers would need to "spend time and effort to rectify" the graffiti.
A spokesman for the Northern Fells Running Club said: "Thanks to everyone who came and well done on a good job."
The bothy sits on the Cumbria Way and is one of 104 managed by the association.
It underwent a major renovation in the summer of 2017 and is a popular stopping spot for walkers.