/ WARNING! University Club...

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knighty - on 06 Mar 2013
Afternoon all,

Thought I'd put a little courtesy post out saying that Brunel University Mountaineering Society are having "our" (as an ex-member) annual dinner in the Bristol area. The talk is that on both Sat and Sun they'll be visiting Cheddar.

This is probably irrelevent anyway because of the weather forecast for the weekend at the moment :(

Are there any particularly sheltered crags in this area that are less prone to seepage/dry quickly?

Cheers guys.
remus - on 06 Mar 2013
In reply to knighty: Brean down can be good if the weather's poor elsewhere, it's not a huge crag though and the better stuff tends to be quite hard.
Mark Bannan - on 06 Mar 2013
In reply to knighty:

> This is probably irrelevent anyway because of the weather forecast for the weekend at the moment :(

So the plague will descend on the climbing wall instead?
knighty - on 06 Mar 2013
In reply to Mark Bannan:

Yep! More than likely will be hitting the indoor walls!

As far as Brean is concerned, that's a little hard for me! Fingers crossed that the rain is lighter than forecast...
John Alcock - on 06 Mar 2013
In reply to knighty:
I would suggest it would be a bit anti-social for a club to go to Brean given the small number of popular routes
Monk - on 06 Mar 2013
In reply to knighty:

If the weather is showery, I'd recommend heading to Avon. It is very quick drying.
JKinsella - on 06 Mar 2013
In reply to knighty: Bourton Combe?
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xplorer on 06 Mar 2013
In reply to John Alcock:

I'm suggesting that your anti social. It's blatant

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