/ Woodhouse Scar conditions?

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Mike Stretford - on 08 Dec 2012
In Halifax tomorow. What's Woodhouse like at this time of year, green or grey?
Wonko The Sane - on 08 Dec 2012
In reply to Papillon:
> In Halifax tomorow. What's Woodhouse like at this time of year, green or grey?

Bump ;)
hoodmonkey - on 08 Dec 2012
In reply to Wonko The Sane:

The boulder problems are in condition at the mo if that's what flavour yer after
Jimmy1976 - on 08 Dec 2012
Mike Stretford - on 08 Dec 2012
In reply to hoodmonkey: Just what I'm after, cheers, and thanks Wonko!
Mike Stretford - on 08 Dec 2012
In reply to Jimmy33: Cool, hoping for no rain and an understanding girlfriend!
Bulls Crack - on 08 Dec 2012
In reply to Papillon:

It's a depressing, grtistone place on the edge of Halifax..rain or shine ;-)
Ridge - on 08 Dec 2012
In reply to Bulls Crack:
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> It's a depressing, grtistone place on the edge of Halifax..rain or shine ;-)

Don't forget the rubbish, broken glass and feral children..
efrance24234 - on 08 Dec 2012
In reply to Papillon: the boulder problems are in good nick at the moment.. . Been there a few times lately including today.
efrance24234 - on 08 Dec 2012
In reply to Papillon: the above link to a blog is from Thursday. There is more about Woodhouse if you click home, when you are on the page.
Bulls Crack - on 08 Dec 2012
In reply to efrance24234:

Sendage?
efrance24234 - on 08 Dec 2012
In reply to Bulls Crack: yep sendage! I don't write the blog lol.
Jon Stewart - on 08 Dec 2012
In reply to Ridge:
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> Don't forget the rubbish, broken glass and feral children..

Sounds great! Shipley Glen can get a bit boring 'cause there's no feral kids, just rubbish and broken glass. Is Woodhouse a good s spot for johnnies and syringes?
Mike Stretford - on 10 Dec 2012
In reply to Jon Stewart: I went for an hour. For an 'urban' crag, this is a great little place. It had that funny, green but it great nick condition grit crags sometimes get. Some good absorbing problems, and I just stuck to the low balls.

There were a few dog walkers, mostly friendly. As for litter, I've seen more at Stanage.
Jon Stewart - on 10 Dec 2012
In reply to Papillon: Cheers. I was at the Glen yesterday and it's actually really tidy at the moment too. I'll check out Woodhouse over xmas.

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