Four young walkers had to be rescued from the Lake District fells after they got stuck on a crag on Scafell Pike.
They came down the wrong way and got stuck in a notorious black spot called Piers Ghyll. In poor visibility and extremely slippery conditions the group of men decided to call 999 and 14 members of Wasdale Mountain rescue embarked on a rescue operation that lasted 10 hours.
After finding the group in the early hours of Wednesday 14th November they used ropes to get the group back down to Wasdale Head. the operation finished at 07.30.
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