Hope the party I passed on the descent from Whernside at 5 this afternoon are OK. There were about 8 of them, around 20 years old, doing the 3 peaks for charity but one of the girls had suffered a knee injury and was obviously in some trouble. They kept waiting for her to catch up but I feared that, as a result, they might end up benighted on Ingleborough. The seemed a really nice bunch of people. They evidently hadn't walked the three hills individually before, as they were asking me what the ascent of Ingleborough was like. Bloody steep, as I recall from doing it 30 years ago from that side and swearing never to do it again.