A Scots teenager has successfully managed to scale Britain's highest mountain despite losing a leg in a cycling accident.
Andy MacLeod, from Lewis, lost his leg a year ago when he cycled into a car on a steep descent in Fort William.
The 19-year-old completed the climb at the weekend to raise funds for the Mountain Rescue Committee of Scotland and the RNLI.
He said: "I don't remember anything about my accident. I think that really helps with me dealing with how my life is now.
"It's not a big challenge really. If you put your mind to something you can go for it.
"I've had a huge amount of support from so many people since the accident and I think I couldn't have done it without them. I wouldn't be here."
The teenager was able to return to his degree course at the University of the Highlands and Islands and hopes to pursue a career in adventure rehabilitation, an outdoor sports discipline for amputees.