"There's not many places in the UK that offer shorts and t-shirt weather in January, but Brean Down is often the answer. Quite possibly the warmest crag in the country; it faces south, out to sea, and gets all the sun the day has to offer. It's sheltered from the wind due to the large hill above it. The upper, tougher, section isn't immune to seepage but recovers quickly. The routes are gently overhanging, ranging from about 6b - 8a+, many 2 or 3 star... a winter paradise!"
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