Corbie's Craig

Climbs 10 – Rocktype Dolerite – Altitude 130m a.s.l – Faces S


Out of print: Lowland Outcrops (1994)

Climbs at this crag

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  Climb nameGrade
1Slab and TowerD *
2Moderate RouteM
3Retromingent RidgeM **
4Sunny ScoopD
5Queasy SlabHVS 4c
6WhinchatVS 4b *
7Burning BushHVS 4c
8La FolieHVS 4c
9Fast and LooseVD
10The TrapVD
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I have lost my brand new climbing gear = harness, quick-draws, nuts, cams, hexes, slings... Left it on top of the Corbie's Craig on Wednesday 21/9/2011. We got caught by dark and rain whilst packing our stuff there. I was saving for this gear for long time :-( Any help appreciated, finder will be rewarded. Thank you, Michal 07942065450
loutka - 24/Sep/11
Loose and gearless. All routes are a serious undertaking.
camw - 23/Jun/06
This is an often overlooked crag on Blakford hill. It makes a nice change to the quarry but has a more serious feel about it. There is some loose rock, but there is also good rock to find. Corbie's Crag makes a good escape from the south of the city, and often Kestrels fly below you as you climb.
Mehmet Karatay - 19/Apr/06
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