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The Tipalt

Northumberland, ENGLAND

Climbs 14 – Rocktype Sandstone (hard) – Altitude 210m a.s.l – Faces N

Crag features
A really nice little crag.

Access notes
Head for the Roman Army museum just off the Military Road (B6318. Drive past the museum and after about a mile the crag appears just off teh road on yhe right. ASK AT THE FARM and park sensibly.
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Weather forecast

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0.7mm rain
Sunny periods
14 °C
7 kph

15.1mm rain
Cloudy
9 °C
12 kph

0.0mm rain
Mainly cloudy
9 °C
8 kph

0.0mm rain
Sun
12 °C
13 kph

2.2mm rain
Sunny periods
11 °C
20 kph
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Guidebooks
Northumberland Climbing Guide (2004), North of England Rock Climbs (1992)

Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGradex
1hopesike wallVD 3
2Green FingersE1 5b 2
3ThisVS 4b *3
4thatS 2
5snipeHVD 2
6HereMVS 4b 2
7the snoutMVS 4b 2
 Climb nameGradex
8ThereVS 5a **3
9BreatheE3 6a 1
10EverywhereMVS 4b 1
11Walk Like a DogS 1
12crab fairD **3
13goose fairHS 3
14No County for old menf7C **1
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Above it says "ask at the farm" i know the farmer and hes quite happy for people to climb here just be sensible about numbers and where you park. and he asks that you take care. so you dont have to ask at the farm
dcclimb - 13/May/10

Despite the huge roofs, all of the routes except one are below VS, and were climbed one day in 1976 by an Eden Valley MC raiding party Apparently only one route has been added since 1976. None have tackled the challenges posed by the roofs. The rock is excellent quality sandstone, and has nice grassy landings for bouldering. Even though it's virtually a roadside crag, it was discovered by accident when I had to visit a farm some way further along the road. :o) Even though it's in Northumberland, not far from the Roman Wall, it had been missed by Northumbrian climbers who were a little peeved when it appeared in the original North of England Guide. Go there on a warm evening and enjoy the sunset! (but don't all go at once -- it's a quiet place)
Alan Stark - 29/Apr/04