/ Guess the UKC crag logbook description...

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Andy Mountains - on 16 Nov 2012
'Expect queues and falling climbers at weekends'

Its a winter venue.
Guesses?
Simon Caldwell - on 16 Nov 2012
In reply to Andy Mountains:

Too easy!
Jacob Ram - on 16 Nov 2012
In reply to Andy Mountains:
Norries?
lithos on 16 Nov 2012
In reply to David Best:

dunkeld
CurlyStevo - on 16 Nov 2012
In reply to Toreador:
> (In reply to Andy Mountains)
>
> Too easy!

To cheat ;)
jonnie3430 - on 16 Nov 2012
In reply to Andy Mountains:

The snow one! What about this:

This huge, imposing cliff stretches for over 3/4 of a mile and gives excellent mid/upper grade routes, of up to 900 feet.

In reply to jonnie3430: Ysgolion Duon/Black Ladders?
jonnie3430 - on 16 Nov 2012
In reply to Dan Bailey - UKHillwalking.com:

Cold, the first place is warmer.
Darron - on 16 Nov 2012
In reply to Andy Mountains:

First one sounds a perfect description of Stanage?
Andy Mountains - on 16 Nov 2012
In reply to Andy Mountains:

Was Coire an t'Sneachda
Ramblin dave - on 16 Nov 2012
In reply to Andy Mountains:
Not winter, but:
"A perfect opportunity to use the word "esoteric"."
Michael Gordon - on 16 Nov 2012
In reply to jonnie3430:

Sounds like that could almost be Creag an Dubh Loch though that goes to more than 900ft
Michael Gordon - on 16 Nov 2012
In reply to Ramblin dave:

That could be so many venues!
jonnie3430 - on 16 Nov 2012
In reply to Michael Gordon:
> (In reply to jonnie3430)
>
> Sounds like that could almost be Creag an Dubh Loch though that goes to more than 900ft

10 points to Gryffindor! Maybe you should correct the entry...
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jonnie3430 - on 16 Nov 2012
In reply to Ramblin dave:
> (In reply to Andy Mountains)
> Not winter, but:
> "A perfect opportunity to use the word "esoteric"."

I'll start then; Dover, White Cliffs of?

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