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Two people lost the path on the descent from Bowfell and were unable to relocate it.
Two climbers became cragfast when their rope got stuck while trying to abseil off their route. The fact that they only started climbing at 19:30 may have had an bearing on their situation. A team member was lowered down to them,
The team was called to rescue a 60-year-old woman who had become cragfast on steep ground near the top of Steel Fell.
Three climbers became cragfast when, surprise, surprise, it went dark!
A man was reported cragfast on Jack's Rake. We went and retrieved him.
We were called to assist a man who had become cragfast while trying, perhaps mistakenly, to climb Jacks Rake.
Two climbers suffered a momentary lack of reason when they decided to set off to White Ghyll to do some climbing at 3.30pm without a torch! Inevitably
Two men at the campsite spotted two climbers, seemingly struggling near the top of the crag. They had made little progress for quite some time.
The team was paged to respond to three men who where cragfast on Raven Crag.
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