/ Trym Valley Gorge - Conditions
I'm keen to get down there for some after work sessions given the improving daylight hours. My suspicion is that it will be in reasonable condition given the recent dry spell and improving temperatures, though perhaps a bit more overgrown than usual.
Would be interested to hear what state it's in from anyone who's been down there in the last few weeks.
Ive been to Trym recently but not Armistice. It was all bone dry but the vegetation is rampant again. I'm guessing its wet again now though.
Thanks for the quick reply. I will head down in the next couple of weeks with some secateurs!
Went down to armistice wall last night, it was dry and in reasonably good condition. There are brambles hanging from the top of the crag in places, which could do with being chopped if anyone visits with gardening tools.
From a distance most of the other crags also looked in good nick. None of the foliage is out yet, so it's very open which should be helping with drying.
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