A woman killed by a falling boulder in the Cuillin hills has been named as 56-year-old South African Tessa Cousins.
Tessa Cousins, 56, was hit by a boulder on the Cioch Direct climb on the Cuillin hills at about 3pm on Tuesday May 31.
The climbing partner of the self-employed businesswoman from Cape Town was injured along with a man and woman in a separate party as the boulder fell down the hill.
None of the others involved have been formally identified.
All three of the injured climbers were taken to the Dr MacKinnon Memorial Hospital in Broadford on Skye.
The woman in the second party suffered injuries to her back and chest, while the man she was with broke a shoulder and hand.
The man then walked down the mountain to raise the alarm.
Gerry Ackroyd, from Skye Mountain Rescue, said: “He walked off down the hill for help. He must have been some kind of iron man to do that with his injuries. He was taken to hospital by ambulance.”