I was thinking of having couple of days sport and trad limestone, but MWIS is predicting strong south-westerly winds, and many/most of the Limestone crags seem to have a southish westerlyish orientation. Am I correct in my thinking it maybe unpleasantly windy?
At those grades I think your best bet would be Gigg North or South. There might be showers but it's roadside and the cafes of Settle are close at hand. The base is well sheltered by trees and it doesn't look all that windy. You could also have a look at Dib Scar which might be sheltered, or a wind tunnel! Trow Gill would usually be a good option, but there's still some doubt over the state of some of the routes there after the winter storms.
Top Tips there thank you. Went to Gigg North yesterday which was good, and well bolted which surprised me after reading the comments on here. Moughton today, great suggestion, felt a bit harder for the grade than Gigg, but a good day.
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