/ Lake District wet weather options
Cheers for any help!
Where are you going to be based?
Staying near the bowderstone, cheers for suggestions so far!
People often head up to Raven Crag to do Corvus in the rain. Cam Crag Ridge is another good suggestion, although if the wind is blowing hard it could be pretty exposed to the elements. And if you get a break in the weather, Shepherds crag is pretty quick to get to, and bits of it dry pretty quickly.
It has the advantage that most of it is inside. Head torch needed. And you will need the FRCC borrowdale guide, but it is worth the money for just this route in my opinion.
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