A endurance race had to be abandoned after being hit by treacherous . This picture was taken by Andy Matthews, who was there with his son but gave up and went back home.

The Original Mountain Marathon was cancelled at midday on after being hit with some of the worst weather in its 41-year history. Jim Aitken was there with his son and they took a shortcut.

Mr Aitken says the Honister Pass was very dangerous for the fell runners making their way back to the centre.

Paul Sharkey was there with a friend. “We were climbing Great Gable and encountered at least 200 fell runners running down the fell and some of them advised to ‘not go up there'”.

According to Mr Sharkey, the wind was so gusty they couldn't keep their feet on the ground and decided to go back down the fell.

Henry Clifford headed back to the race headquarters safely after facing harsh weather conditions.

Ian and Margaret Sincock went there for the day and saw some OMM walkers getting blown about. Many of them took shelter in farms, former mines and a school.

All of the thousands of runners who took part are now accounted for. Other parts of Cumbria remain flooded. Ann Sisson from Levens, South of Kendal, took this picture on morning.

Peter Elston took this picture on the main road to Kendal. To see your picture featured send it to yourpics@bbc.co.uk.