Coe Crag

Climbs 26 – Rocktype Sandstone (hard) – Altitude 304m a.s.l – Faces N

Crag features
Exposed crag. Most routes are in the VS-HVS range. A fine spot for bilberries.

Single pitch routes.

Access notes
From the a697 Morpeth - Wooler road,800 metres N of the B6341 junction there is a bend with a minor road signposted "Thrunton Wood". Park about 200 metres from teh junction at a forestry road on the West. Follow the forestry road to just before the pylons. Trend right off the road and follow a slight depression under the pylons and then folow a path, up the hill and then contouring rightwards to the edge of the moor. Then follow the path to the top of the hill.
Read more... Regional Access notes are available from the BMC.

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

Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGrade
1KestrelHVS 5a 1
2Raven's ButtressHS **13
3Raven MadE2 5b  
4BattlementHVS 5b 1
5Rough Castles CrackVS 5a ***13
6Rampart WallE2 5b **1
7Cave WallE1 5b *3
8Black Walter ChimneyS **17
9Devious WayMS 7
10The TurretHVS 5b 1
11Honeycomb WallHVS 4c **13
12Honeycomb Wall Alternative StartVS 5a *2
13Bumbkle Bee ConnectionS 5
14Worrisome WaspHVS 5a *2
15Twin CracksMVS 4c 2
16HippopotamusMVS 4c *6
17Nagging Wives' GrooveHVS 5b *3
18Fiddler's ClimbS 1
19Soldier of FortuneE3 6a  
20Neb CrackHVS 5a **3
21Orion RoofE3 6a  
22Coe Crag CornerHS *9
23Coe ConutVS 5a 1
24Sty CrackS 1
25Pig CrackHVS 5b 2
26PorkyVS 5a 1
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