/ Navigation Quarry - Cilfynydd

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barney rubble - on 18 Dec 2013
Hi all
What are the conditions like at Navigation Quarry does it dry reasonably quickly and does it suffer fom much seepage
Many thanks Ian
stujamo - on 23 Dec 2013
In reply to barney rubble:
In my own experience, the faces dries, but the top can still seep a bit.
Last time I went I left in a helicopter
stujamo - on 23 Dec 2013
In reply to barney rubble:

p.s, lots of great sport in the area, try the swmc wiki
mattrm - on 23 Dec 2013
In reply to stujamo:

> p.s, lots of crap sport in the area, try the swmc wiki

Fixed that for you. (yes I'm probably being a bit harsh there, but grotty quarries really aren't generally that nice)

Link to the wiki here:

http://swmc.org.uk/wiki/South_Wales_Mountaineering_Club_-_Guidebook_Wiki

Specifically:

http://swmc.org.uk/wiki/Winter

Bearing in mind it's been raining pretty hard the last few days, then I'd imagine it'll be seeping when you get there.
stujamo - on 23 Dec 2013
In reply to mattrm:

fair point well put :o) but I was really only thinking about the decent stuff...
Cheers for posting the link for him, I cant do that kind of thing ;o)
mattrm - on 23 Dec 2013
In reply to stujamo:

To be fair, Navigation is a good choice. Tirpentwys is nice as well - http://swmc.org.uk/wiki/Tirpentwys
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stujamo - on 23 Dec 2013
In reply to mattrm:

agreed, tirpentwys is a favourite of mine, maybe gilwern for change of rock?

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