WALKERS braved snowy conditions to tackle a 15-mile fundraising trek.
Elland Round Table members took part in the aptly-name Ell and Back walk on Sunday.
The walk has been held for the past 20 years and usually attracts 200 walkers, although numbers were slightly down this year.
There are usually two routes, one of 30 miles and the other of 15.
But the longer route across the high moors was deemed too dangerous to be tackled in the wintry conditions.
Walkers set off from Greetland All Rounders sports ground at 8am and all made it back safely to enjoy a pie and pea supper and nurse their frozen feet.
Their route took them to Copley, Luddenden Foot and Ripponden.
Martin Dyson, chairman of Elland Round Table, is pictured braving the snow with fellow member Stephen Benge, waiting for walkers at a checkpoint.
Mr Dyson said: "The snowy conditions made the walk a lot harder than anyone expected. But everyone made it back."
The walk raised more than £800.
The money will be distributed to good causes in the Elland area.