/ Safe crags in Dorset?

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Ducks Rock - on 01 Jan 2013
In light of all the recent rain and landslips etc... considering the geographics of crags, which would be the safest crags to climb over the next few months?

Grateful for advice from anyone with the expertise to comment.
dale1968 - on 01 Jan 2013
In reply to Ducks Rock: given the rainfall of recent months I would treat all crags with a certain amount of caution, for anyone to come on here and say that xyz crag is safe would not be helpful

There have been posting on here about Battleship and Cheyne wears, but ultimately it will be down to your judgement.

The British geological survey have issued a warning on the stability of coastal cliffs
http://www.bgs.ac.uk/news/announcements.html#ni_1919
Ducks Rock - on 01 Jan 2013
In reply to dale1968: Thanks for the link, I saw that but couldn't seem to navigate the site to find details of anything?
dale1968 - on 01 Jan 2013
In reply to Ducks Rock: It was just a general warning for the whole of the sw
here's a better link
http://blogs.agu.org/landslideblog/2012/12/27/the-british-geological-survey-issues-a-landslide-warni...
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Ducks Rock - on 01 Jan 2013
In reply to dale1968: Thanks :)

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