Tasmania Police and the Westpac Rescue Helicopter were kept busy overnight, with two separate rescues near the Overland Track.
Tasmania Police were contacted around 4.30pm on Saturday afternoon to reports of a lost walker near the summit of Cradle Mountain.
The walker was attempting to make their way back to the Kitchen Hut, but become disorientated after losing track markers due to inclement weather.
At 6.30pm, police were alerted to a walker having a medical emergency in the Waterfall Valley Hut area.
The walker was suffering chest pains and was in the company of other people, who were in contact with Ambulance Tasmania.
The Westpac Rescue Helicopter was activated but had to turn around due to poor weather.
A search and rescue party and two wilderness response paramedics were dispatched to walk into Waterfall Valley Hut.
Around 10pm, a personal locating beacon from the missing near near the Cradle Mountain summit was activated.
A Search and Rescue team from Launceston were dispatched and located the missing walker at 6am.
The walker was suffering from mild hypothermia.
The walker suffering the medical episode was located and assessed by the wilderness response paramedics at 4.30am.
Two Westpac Rescue Helicopters were dispatched this morning and retrieved both walkers before transporting them to the LGH with minor injuries.
It comes after an operation on Friday where another walker was separated from their walking group.
The walker had to be retrieved by winch from the side of a steep embankment.
Tasmania Police said the weekend's rescues were a reminder for all walkers to keep an eye on each other.
"While all the walkers in the recent rescues were well prepared, it is important that walkers are aware of their environment and the varying climate conditions that can change rapidly," Acting Sergeant Craig Dawkins said.
"Careful consideration should be given to both immediate and long range weather forecasts.
"If you find yourself in trouble, contact emergency services and please follow directions that are provided."
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