Regional Access Database

Advice Corby's Crag

Scenic outcrop in a sheltered setting on the flank of Alnwick Moor.


BMC Area North East Rock Type Sandstone
Climbing Area Northumberland Access Status Advice
County Northumberland CRoW Land Yes
Importance Local No. of Routes 43
Ownership Private Year Developed 1970
Within National Park No Grid Reference NU127101





The rock at Corby's is a soft and has suffered badly in recent years from top roping and heavy group use. It is an excellent mid grade venue but is not suitable for beginners as the climbing is often delicate and technical.









The crag is frequently used by outdoor education groups and is showing considerable signs of wear. Please help to cut down on rock damage (rope grooves etc) by ensuring that moving ropes do not come in contact with the rock.



  
This page was last updated on 31/08/2012. RAD is updated as and when access changes and a historic date does not mean that the information is out of date, only that the access situation hasn't changed.