A 24-year-old man had to be rescued by Coastguards on the Isle of Wight yesterday (Sunday) after becoming trapped in mud at Fort Warden, near Colwell.
The incident has prompted fresh warnings to avoid the area, where there have been recent landslips.
Needles Coastguard was called to assist at 1.58pm and the rescue took half an hour.
The man was treated at the scene for minor injuries.
Ray Morey, of Needles Coastguard, said: "The area is dangerous and water-logged. People can easily fall.
"Please do not ignore the warnings previously issued by the Isle of Wight Council."
The Isle of Wight Council closed a section of path and sea wall between Totland and Colwell following landslides after heavy rain in December.
Despite the path being fenced off, several people have been seen using the route.