Baggy point in north Devon has a weekends worth of great climbing. It’s generally slab with good access via ‘easy’ abseils. The grading is Diff onwards, with a good number and range of lower grades.
There are other coastal areas worth visiting as well. Also inland areas like Dartmoor are great.
Great beaches and pubs nearby.
Only potential issue is that the area is very busy with tourists in august and climbs might also be busy?
High tide around 8am, which is not ideal for early starts to beat the rush (car queues) and to get a car park space, but no big issue.
I can’t remember the fine detail, but there’s some stuff to do at Baggy even at high tide - I think the right hand end of the slab with Urizen on it stays dry, although the absolute best high tide option is likely to be Kinky Cowboy
Apologies, cancelling this trip due to lack of drivers. Probably a bit of a blessing as it will be super busy down there. Going to the Peak District Saturday morning to Sunday, should anyone wish to come.
For this weekend the rainfall patterns suggest staying south; I think that if I come along with space for myself Daniel and max another two it might be worth reanimating this as an informal trip to Devon or Dartmoor?