I can't remember from last time I went (some years ago). I'd be looking
at Wake Up and Red Wall sectors. I don't want to climb in the sun! Hope to
Right right wall is out of the sun from late morning onwards.
The main wall is in the shade. The smaller walls opposite get the sun.
Thanks both - it's as I feared. We'll go elsewhere
Somewhat counter-intuitively, but the sunny side is often cooler to climb on then the shade side. That is because the sunny side is about 20-30m lower than the shade side and there's often a pool of cold air at the bottom of the quarry.
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