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Welcome to Northumberland Climbing Online

The free climbing guide that you can edit.

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Welcome to Northumberland Climbing The free climbing guide that you can edit.

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Where would you like to climb? Find a crag near you.

Together with our guidebooks this constitutes a definitive guide to climbing in Northumberland and provides the most regularly updated information about all aspects of rock-climbing in the North East area of England and the borders of Scotland.

We're currently in the process of porting over the old guidebook database into a new platform - you can access a static copy here of the old website.

This guide compliments the definitive guides "Northumberland Climbing Guide" and "Northumberland Bouldering" both published by the NMC.

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Release candidate Northumberland Climbing is now ready for testing.
Security The road that passes Bowden and which we usually approach the crag from is closed until the 27th July.
Note  Note: MediaWiki 1.33.x versions are now end of life.
2020-05-09 to 2020-05-10
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  • Full area map
  • Sustainability
  • Access
  • Grades
  • History
  • Takeaway guides are available for all of the minor crags with recorded routes
  • Additional information on the major crags
  • First Ascent details, where known
  • New routes and problems
  • Details of some routes which never made it into the guidebooks
  • Photos, including 1st ascent photos
  • Up to date access information, maintained by the BMC access rep
  • Camp sites
  • "The crags before the climbers" - the archaeology of the crags, by Derek Cutts
  • SSSI status of all crags is shown.