/ Peak conditions tomorrow
So based on the following conditions tomorrow - fog lower down early in the day, cold but sunny in the afternoon, low winds, can't decide between:
Gardoms - Could be damp in the morning as lower and sheltered, but also may be warmer as lower and sheltered, less sun than stanage in the morning.
Stanage, will be cold especially if windy and higher up but may be warmer and drier in the morning if above.
Looking for mainly below VS and planning on getting there around 8. Which one do you think we'll be more likely to be able to feel our hands on in the morning? Bit of a noob question but haven't climbed in ages so really want a nice day.
Stanage was mint if a bit cold first thing before the sun came round.
Curbar/Froggatt should be fine too
8am is way too early for west facing cliffs in February!
Where would you suggest in the eastern peak?
Outside/Grindleford Cafes 'til 10:30 then Stanage!
Haha, no money for cafes, we'll have to brave the cold and make it 8.30 at Stanage ;)
Cold southerly wind today, hope you found somewhere sheltered!
Went stanage, was actually fine on routes in the sun!
Burbage North was ace! Cold, clear and dry.
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