I'm after any tips on a location for top roping shorter sections of chalk crag/cliff. By which I'm looking for rock-climbing chalk rather than dry-tooling chalk. Due to travel I'm interested in the Margate area but maybe I'm being an idiot with my Rocfax (If I need to donload a particular guidebook/are let me know) I'm not seeing details for the 2 routes at Margate?.
Kingsgate Bay is dry tooling and I *assume*? the same for Dumpton? I may well dig out my crampons but that's not what I'm looking for right now
Any tips on where to look for top-ropeable (as I'll be alone) rock-climbing chalk in Kent that's comfortably less than half a rope length?
Please point me in the right direction and I'll do the research, I just need that initial pointer. Thanks
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