YOUNG climbers scaled the dizzy heights in a competition at Huddersfield Sports Centre.
The centre hosted the first of three British Regional Youth Climbing Series events on Saturday.
The second of the events - governed by the British Mountaineering Council - will be on Saturday, May 6, at The Leeds Wall and the third will be on May 20, again at Huddersfield Sports Centre.
The three events are for entrants in the Yorkshire region of the competition.
There are 10 regions, covering England, Wales and Scotland.
Competitors have been grouped into three age categories, seven to nine, 10 to 12 and 13 to 15.
Three people from each age category will be chosen from each region to compete at a grand final in London.
On Saturday, young climbers tackled a series of tasks on the sport centre's climbing wall.
All the climbers needed to have previous experience and brought their own equipment.
Richard Yorke, the sports centre's climbing wall manager, said: "It is always an exciting competition and this year's event is even more so as we are holding two of the three events."
Last year, the sports centre held one of the events and had 31 climbers taking part.
The events are now in their eighth year.
Mr Yorke said the aim of the contests was to encourage young people into competitive climbing.
He said anyone interesting in pursuing the pastime could do so in regular sessions at the sports centre.
He added: "The climbing wall is extremely popular and attracts many experienced and budding climbers.
"The wall is open at all times, so there is no excuse to miss out."