/ Landslide in Cheddar Gorge?
Can anyone confirm that there was a landslide, or where it was? I'm assuming that it would have been in the 'Landslip Quarry' part of the gorge which could have destroyed a load of sport climbs along 'The Wave' or 'The Tsunami'. If so, there could be a new face to set new routes on, and maybe new bouldering potential?
I may be over thinking this and more likely some mud collapsed down a slope but either way it would be nice to know.
"Somerset County Council closed areas around Cheddar Gorge all night due to the sheer volume of water. Highways teams are currently on site clearing up debris"
Nop much rock fall but Gough's Cave overflowed and water poured down the road. Should be pics on ITV West at 1800.
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