/ NEWS: North Wales Limestone 2012 News Round-Up
"Luckily, unlike most of its English counterparts, seepage is fairly minimal on the Welsh limestone so plenty has been done so far this season despite the appalling weather..."
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Is there a topo and approach info for the diamond anywhere on the net?
Good question? I don't know the answer but am guessing if no one did it around the time of the FA then it probably hasn't been repeated.
Whats the situation with the orme this weekend? Think the holidays are over soon, at least my missus is back to work monday. So is this friday the end of the restrictions?
How many hrs after hightide is LPT accessible too? I get this wrong pretty much everytime and get chased off the crag after a couple of routes.
> Hi Doylo,
> Whats the situation with the orme this weekend? Think the holidays are over soon, at least my missus is back to work monday. So is this friday the end of the restrictions?
Thanks, thats a real shame as high tide for LPT about midday. Plan B it looks like.
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