POLICE have named the man who died following a Ross-shire mountain callout at the weekend.
Robert Tasker, a 55-year-old man from Dundee, had been walking with a family member and friend on the Meall Nan Peitherin, south of Ullapool on Saturday when the alarm was raised.
Police, who initially reported that the incident had happened on Monday, today confirmed the identity of the man who had been amongst a group of experienced hill walkers.
Police were "made aware of a medical matter" from a walking group in that area, sparking a mountain rescue callout, involving Dundonnell Mountain Rescue Team.
Members of the MRT located the group. However the man, from Dundee, was found to have died from an apparent medical condition.
A report was submitted to the procurator fiscal detailing the circumstances and the deceased transported to Raigmore Hospital, Inverness.
Meall Nan Peitherin is described as being a Corbett with an approximately 974m above sea level.