/ Eridge Green in condition?
dried slime and sand is about as good as it gets its not suddenly likely to improve much beyond this unless someone cleans the crag up.
Dunno I was bouldering at high at the weekend & even some of the (normally) quick drying
stuff was still seeping.
It rained a lot last year !
The OP didn't mention wet seepage though did he.
"Even some of the (normally) quick drying stuff was still seeping."
Interestingly I asked on FB if high rocks was dry 8 days ago, I got one post back that day saying it was dry 3 days before my post but was "doing that horrible sandstone "sweating" thing where moisture seems to be drawn out from the rock", I pointed out most people call this damp rock which isn't suprising seeing it rained 2-3 days prior to the poster going (but hasn't rained since then) and also climbing damp rock can damage it. I got another post back from someone else just saying "its dry". Both very experienced climbers.
PS I believe you!
Depends on the question I think. Only the very bottom metre or so seemed still to be seeping
so looked dry for route climbing but a lot of bouldering still seeping.
It just needs some traffic! I was there this evening and the only one on the crag!
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