Favourite climbs

The route in the photo is the original white cliffs route, Dry Ice, pioneered by Mick Fowler in the early '80s. It became considerably easier over the years, and axe and crampon holes get bigger with traffic, and chalk doesn't melt! Unlike many Dover routes, it is not that intimidating, and a good way to dip your toe in the water. Ice screws are generally very secure, but you need Warthogs, not tubular ice screws.

Here's a snapshot of a slightly more conventional sea cliff route in North Devon

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