St Sunday Crag

St Sunday Crag

Rescuers in the Lake District went to the aid of a couple who got lost in thick mist on the fells.

Patterdale Mountain Rescue Team was alerted at about 3.20pm today, Monday, after the two walkers became disoriented on St Sunday Crag.

A spokesperson for the team said: “The team leader spoke with one of the missing people and then lost all mobile communication. At this point team members and search dogs were called to assist with the search.

“The two walkers eventually made their way down to Grisedale Tarn and back to the mountain rescue team’s base in Patterdale. The man and woman from Bristol were unhurt.”

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