Regional Access Database

Advice Coe Crag

The crag is on the northern scarp of Coe Crag Hill and has superb views across the Aln Valley to the Cheviots.
It is a compact well weathered sandstone crag with a genuine mountain crag feel and is a good venue for those looking for peace and quiet. The rock is generally good but some of the thinner flakes can be brittle. The crag has not been popular in recent years but has a both a good selection of mid range routes and a number of worthwhile harder lines.

BMC Area North East Rock Type Sandstone
Climbing Area Northumberland Access Status Advice
County Northumberland CRoW Land Yes
Importance Local No. of Routes 26
Ownership Unknown Year Developed 1968
Within National Park No Grid Reference NU074073





  
This page was last updated on 01/10/2012. RAD is updated as and when access changes and a historic date does not mean that the information is out of date, only that the access situation hasn't changed.