A 72-year-old man was rescued from Glen Lyon after he fell into a marsh.
The hillwalker, from Glasgow, had taken the wrong route from the top of Carn Mairg, north of Glan Lyon in Perth and Kinross.
Emergency services were contacted at around 6pm on Sunday and a team including Tayside Mountain Rescue and volunteers went to the area.
The man, who has not been named, was traced at around 9.45pm.
A spokesman for Tayside Police said: "The team consisting of both police and civilian volunteers along with assistance from a local outdoor pursuits company worked together to trace the gentleman who had also fallen in a bog and was wet and tired.
"He did not require medical treatment, simply rest and dry clothes. The gentleman was otherwise experienced and equipped for the hills including a fully charged mobile phone which assisted in his overall wellbeing and prevented the situation deteriorating further.
"Sgt Colin MacDougall, team leader of Tayside Mountain Rescue Team would like to thank those involved in the rescue and take the opportunity to remind all who take to the Scottish hills on just how important it is to be appropriately skilled, equipped and physically fit for the conditions."