The Harris Mountain Festival
will be held again next year, organisers have announced.
Staged for the first time this year, the event will be repeated in 2012, with some events that did not take place this year due to bad weather potentially being re-scheduled, Grough reports.
It means those who missed the first instalment can head across from the mainland with their walking boots
and enjoy more next year.
A spokesman for the festival
asked for suggestions from the public about what they might like to enjoy, stating: "Planning for next year's festival
will begin soon. If you have any ideas or feedback you would like to share then get in touch with us."
This year saw a talk by outdoors author Cameron McNeish and a 19-mile hike along the path from Miabhaig to Bogha Glas.
One of the Western Isles, Harris contains no Munros, but does have a Corbett in the form of Clisham, standing 2,621 ft above sea level.