The Southern Sea Cliffs Camping Meet in 2012.
This meet took take place in Cornwall since that gave the best chance of drier weather. Previous experience has shown that the weather isn't continuously bad in Cornwall at this time of year. Bad weather rarely lingers and showers generally blow through quickly, permitting some climbing to be done even on bad days. We usually use the well appointed Trevaylor Caravan and Camping Park. It has good showers and washing facilities, on-site shop, Wi-Fi, on-site bar and is near the Queen's Arms in Botallack.
The area is home to some astonishing routes, all with a big sea cliff ambience. The ocean is never far away but there are still plenty of little luxuries such as cream teas, good pubs and fine food. To see what is involved, try researching Bosigran, Chair Ladder, Sennen and Gurnards Head, or see elsewhere on our blog for reports and photos from previous trips to Cornwall.