Parents carry their 10-year-old son with rare eye disease up Ben Nevis

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A blind boy has been carried up Britain's tallest mountain - on his dad's back.

Cameron Alderman, 10, who was born with rare genetic condition Norrie disease - was taken up Ben Nevis is a special backpack.

He’s been blind since an early age, deaf in his right ear since the age of three and is progressively losing hearing in his left.

Cameron is also non-verbal autistic and has mobility issues.

But he has now been able to climb up Ben Nevis with mum Carla, 33, and dad Adam, 36.

They climbed the peak carrying Cameron on May 26 to raise funds for research into the condition.