/ Dry Crags in N Wales
If you are in the pass, the Nose on Dinas Mot and a lot of Dinas Cromlech dry pretty quickly and they are visible from the road.
I can vouch that "the cracks" on Dinas Mot is not that fast drying, specifically around the start of the first proper crack pitch.
We are off to NWales tomorrow and also concerned re the wet weather this last week.
Seepage will be an issue on most of the crags except slate I reckon.
Could be an excuse to drop a few grades and get some classics in?
Helpful - thanks
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