A rescue operation was launched after a man was injured in the Nether North Grain area off the Snake Pass on Sunday afternoon (June 21).
Mountain rescue crews and an air ambulance were called out to help police after a walker from Huddersfield found the man injured at around 12.15pm.
The man was taken to hospital in Sheffield, where he was understood to be in a stable condition.
Three land ambulances were heard going up Sheffield Road, while an air ambulance helicopter also landed on Pyegrove playing fields.
The air ambulance helicopter on Pyegrove playing fields. Photo: David Jones.
A spokesperson for Derbyshire Constabulary said: "At 12.15pm on Sunday, a member of the public called us to report they had found a man injured on land off the Snake Pass.
"We contacted the ambulance service and Mountain Rescue because we needed the team to help carry the man to the waiting ambulance. He was taken to hospital in Sheffield and was in a stable condition that evening."
A Glossop Mountain Rescue Team spokesperson added: "Early on Sunday afternoon, the team was called out to assist Derbyshire Police, and the ambulance service with a male casualty up the Nether North Grain area off the Snake Pass.
"18 team members took part and were stood down around 14.30."
The Chronicle has also contacted the ambulance service and is still awaiting a response.
Mountain rescue team members carrying the injured man to the land ambulance. Photo: Glossop Mountain Rescue Team.