Temps are likely to be quite warm but as there are plenty of shady crags it shouldn't be a problem. There is also the added advantage of a bit of altitude (20 minute drive) which will hopefully bring the temps down a few degree's.
We went last year in late April to early May, there's plenty of shade on the harder crags at least, we climbed at elona most days which is quite high up, Mars was ok too. It was good, swam in the sea on rest days and climbing in the shade was fine.
We were there last year at the start of April and it was 30 degrees! However climbing in the shade was fine but did sometimes still feel pretty sweaty (better than fine it's amazing out there!) And means rest days at the beach! Some days we got up mega early to hit the morning shade, had a rest in the sun mid day and then went to afternoon shade crags after. Some are I'm shade all day long.
Have a brilliant time it's so good! Amazing rock, friendly locals and good food. What more do we need
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News Ray's Roof E7 6c by Mari Augusta Salvesen
Norwegian climber Mari Augusta Salvesen has made the first female ascent of the burly Ray's Roof E7 6c at Baldstones in Staffordshire. First climbed by visiting American Ray Jardine in 1977, the horizontal offwidth crack remains a gritstone testpiece...