A young female reveller was lucky to only receive a fractured leg as she fell out of a tree and down a gully at Kelburn Estate early on Saturday morning.
She dropped a total distance of 50 feet, sparking a big emergency rescue effort.
It happened as the Kelburn Garden Party music festival was taking place at the site last weekend.
A spokeswoman for Scottish Fire and Rescue said: “The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service was alerted at 7.16am on Saturday, June 30 to a person who had fallen 50 feet down a gully at Kelburn Estate, Fairlie.
“Operations Control immediately mobilised specialist line rescue crews who rescued the female casualty and brought her to safety using a spinal board.
"She was transferred into the care of Scottish Ambulance Service personnel and thereafter taken to Inverclyde Hospital.
“Crews left the scene after ensuring the area was made safe.”
Inspector Colin Convery of Largs Police said: "We received a call that there was a female stuck in a gully, and there was a multi agency response to recover the girl.
"She had been climbing a tree and received a fractured leg and cut to head, and taken to Inverclyde Hospital.
"It was nothing life threatening."