Round the Yorkshire 3 Peaks, 9 hours, 25 miles.
The view out of the window at 7:00 in the morning was not at all promising and when combined with the events and advice from the previous evening the prospects for success were not looking good.
The evening we arrived at The Station Inn at Ribblehead there were Cave and Fell Rescue folk all over Whernside and a Sea King helicopter in the field all trying to evacuate a couple of walkers from below the summit. The two of them had fallen over 300ft on the ice and one was quite badly injured but alive.
The initial part of the route takes a path below the famous viaduct, a spectacular sight or so I’m lead to believe but in today’s weather it’s a mere shadow in the fog and I can’t even get a photograph.