/ The Conger
I've done it probably around a dozen or more times and I think only once
was it dry at the start. A very warm dry wind, calm seas and mid morning low tide does the trick. Or just deal with the slime!
Every time the Conger is brilliant fun!
Yep, start is always a little wet. Still very worthwhile. However, worth noting it's easier to safely get established on the route at mid-low tide. At a high tide, iirc, if you want to stop your feet getting wet there are some committing moves as you cant stand on the little ledge.
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