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Little Wanney

Northumberland, ENGLAND

Climbs 7 – Rocktype Sandstone (hard) – Altitude 310m a.s.l – Faces NW

Crag features
Slightly west of Great Wanney. Course grained fluvial sandstone, with a maximum height of about 12 metres. The Eastern Buttress has some tempting lines upon it. The western section is a bit naff, but it's got a curiously ungraded (ungradable) route up through the cave.

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Guidebooks
Northumberland Climbing Guide (2004),
Out of print: Northumberland (1989)

Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGradex
1Cave Chimneynone 5
2TauD  
3SigmaD  
4Hairy DiplodocusE2 5c  
 Climb nameGradex
5Chiasmus ChimneyD  
6Ghost of a DogE2 5c  
7PsycheHS 4b  
Access notes
As for Great Wanney. Turn west at Knowesgate crossroads on the A696 or turn west towards Knowesgate from the A68. Park near Sweethope Loughs and walk northwest for 30 minutes. The crag is on access land, a further ten minutes west of Great Wanney. There are no obvious paths to the crag.

Alternatively, walk in from the north along the forestry track. Keep on this track past the turning for Great Wanney for a few more minutes until the forested area ends. Then make a move towards the crag which is visible from the track.

Please refer to http://www.thenmc.org.uk/pages/guide/index.php?v=4&s=2&id=59 for the latest information regarding access.

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