I have passed over them in between showers so they were a bit slick. There is some initial challenge (you will see a spot on the ledges where only a small birch seems like a grab-hold - it isn't, so don't use it, its very loose) but it can be done with good foot placement and use of hands. You may even feel a bit more comfy taking off your pack and chucking it on ledges above you. Have fun, its a blast of a hike! But that slog between peaks seems like forever when its raining.
"LIVE FREE OR DIE...DEATH IS NOT THE WORST OF ALL EVILS." Gen. John Stark. "by reason of much foule weather and Extreme Bad Woods to travel in..." From the letter of my Great Uncle, Samuel Willard (accompanied by my grandfather Henry), to Governor Dummer on August 16, 1725, explaining the reason for his return, being instructed to "range all the country", of the Wawobadenik (White Mountains) July 19-August 16, 1725. I am a 13th generation New Englander and proud of it.