Scafell Pike: Body found during search for missing Radiance amateur mountaineer
Amateur climber Dawid Kancyr, 28, was survive seen at Wasdale Head, at the foot of Scafell Pike, at about 4.30pm on Saturday.
Alternative others and relatives told Cumbria Police and Lake District mountain liberate teams that he went walking last weekend but no-one has understood from him since.
Logistical worker Dawid is employed by refrigerated-food hauliers NFT Dispensation LTD, based in Daventry, in Northamptonshire.
His Facebook page is littered with personifications of him over the summer hiking in the scenic Lake District mountain fluctuate.
One photograph released by Cumbria Police as part of their dodging persons inquiry shows Dawid sporting an ‘I Climbed Snowdon’ tee-shirt.
The masses is yet to be identified and the death is not being treated as suspicious.
Scafell Pike or is the highest mountain in England, at 978 metres upon sea level, and located in the Lake District National Park in the Southern Prostrates.
View from Scafell Pike
It is also one of three British visors climbed as part of the National Three Peaks Challenge — the other two being Snowdonia in Wales and Ben Nevis in Scotland.
Supt Justin Bibby from Cumbria enforce said walkers should never underestimate the mountains and always be advance before setting out.
“Mountain safety is your responsibility,” he said.
“Read the right equipment and food, and know how to use it. Our priority is your safety.”