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Sunnybrow

County Durham, ENGLAND

Climbs 70 – Rocktype Gritstone – Altitude 332m a.s.l – Faces S

Crag features
Very easy walk in (or cycle, since it is a good track all the way) which takes about 30 minutes.

The boulders mostly have good landings and a lot of the bracken appears to have been cleared recently. However, there are a number of saplings which have been planted recently which, in time, will shelter some of the boulders.

Access notes
This is on the edge of a military firing range. When the red flags are firing do not enter (having said that, it actually appears to be a fair way off from the range and outside the red flag area, but do you want to take the chance?!

BMC website says "Contact Catterick Training Area HQ on (01748) 875507 to ensure military training is not taking place. For additional info. contact Defence Estates on (01748) 875508." but this is right next to a public right of way, so I don't really think it applies.
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Guidebooks

Out of print: North East England (2003)

Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGradex
 FAR FAR BUTTRESS  
2Bushy cornerVB 4b 4
3East WallVB 4c 4
 LEFT BUTTRESS  
5The AreteVB 4b 7
6The WallV0 5b 7
7Bilberry CrackVB 4c 6
 RIGHT BUTTRESS  
9Right Buttress - The AreteV0 5a 5
10The WallVB 4b 6
11Right Buttress - The Wall (under stone wall)V0 5a 5
 THE CAVE  
13Left AreteVB 4a 7
14Up and at 'emVB 4b 6
15Cave leftVB 4b 6
 TOBY WELL BUTTRESS  
 LIGHTNING CRACK BUTTRESS  
18Front faceVB 4c 4
19Rough CornerVB 4a 4
 THREE SISTERS  
21Cracked plateVB 4a 4
 THE SHEEPFOLD  
23Bilberry LedgeVB 4b 4
24The Sheepfold Left EdgeV1 5b 5
25The Sheepfold West WallV3 6a 3
26The Sheepfold SW AreteV1 5b 8
27Slide upVB 4b 5
28The Sheepfold Mantleshelf 1V1 5b 6
29The Sheepfold Mantleshelf 2V2 5c 4
30The Sheepfold Mantleshelf 3V0 5a 5
 THE BUTTRESS AT THE BACK  
32Buttress at the Back The GrooveV1 5b 5
33Buttress at the Back The L WallV1 5b 5
34Buttress at the Back The Bulging AreteV2 5b *8
35Buttress at the Back The R WallV1 5b 6
36Buttress at the Back TraverseV2 5c 2
37Buttress at the Back The CaveV2 5c 1
 Climb nameGradex
 PUDDING STONE  
39Pudding Stone Prow LHV0 5a 7
40Pudding Stone Prominent ProwV2 5b 7
41Pudding Stone The CrackV2 5c 4
42Pudding Stone Arete LHV1 5b 5
43Pudding Stone Arete RHV2 5c 5
44Pudding Stone The SlabV2 5c *6
45Pudding Stone The TraverseV1 5b 1
 MATTERHORN BOULDER  
47Matterhorn Boulder Left AreteVB 4b 11
48Matterhorn Boulder SuperdirectV3 6a 6
49Matterhorn Boulder Right AreteV1 5b 11
50Matterhorn Boulder The East FaceV0 5a 9
 TWO-TIER BOULDER  
52Two Tier Left WallV2 5c 5
53Two Tier The AreteVB 4b 8
54Two Tier Right WallV1 5b 4
 THREE-TIER BOULDER  
56Three Tier Autumnal AreteV3 6a 3
57Three Tier The CrackV1 5b 4
58Three Tier The Arete1V1 5b 3
59Three Tier South FaceV1 5b 2
60Three Tier The Arete 2V2 5c 2
61Three Tier The ScoopV2 5c 3
62Three Tier The BulgeV5 6b 1
 CANTILEVER STONE  
64Cantilever A Question of BalanceV3 6a 1
 EASTERLY GROUP  
66Easterly Group The Arete 1VB 4b 8
67Easterly Group The ScoopV1 5b 6
68Easterly Group The UndercutV2 5c 6
69Easterly Group The CrackV1 5b 8
70Easterly Group Chip Shop ScuffV3 6a 2
71Easterly Group The Arete 2V0 5a 8
72Easterly Group SlopersV5 6b 2
73Easterly Group The SlotV3 6a 3
74Right of CornerVB 4b 4
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