Not convinced that this belongs in the winter climbing section, but after looking at climbing venues in Kent I was quite surprised to see there are a fair few climbing routes on the White Cliffs of Dover.
Just a few quick questions:
1.) What is the legal status of this? I would have thought it would have been a big no no
2.) What is it actually like to climb on? In terms of protection the limited information available says that wharthogs are mainly used.
Does the potential damage to an iconic image of England not cause problems? If not I am surprised it is not more popular?
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