/ Easy Multi-pitch climbs in chedder
I'm looking at going to Cheddar in april this year, this time i would like to do some climbs with real high to them.
I've done some very easy Multi-pitch sport climbs in Belgium bit never anything to difficult , I'm looking for some good starting out Multi-pitch or just climbs at height to enjoy and get used to higher climbing.
Any ideas which climbs to start on?
And to the OP, sorry, I missed the sport bit. In that case you're a bit stuffed as I believe it's mainly out of bounds soon. Wye, or Avon don't have much sport... you could always learn to trad climb?
craaaap. Coronation Street is nearly out of season!?
Is the last day 15th of March?
To be fair to yourself, the OP referred to having done some multipitch sport in Belgium, but didn't actually specify that he was looking for sport at Cheddar; I rather got the impression he was after easy multipitch anything, in which case your Avon and Wye suggestion is spot on.
Yes it was Sport routes i was looking for, I can do a little Trad but still working on being comfortable with it.
I think I'll take a look at Avon Gorge and Wye and see what i find, I'll just stick to Single pitch on Cheddar.
I'm going to be based in Dorset for a week just between portland and Cheddar so i'll be visiting both.
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