East Woodburn Northumberland, ENGLAND
Climbs 35 – Rocktype Sandstone (hard) – Altitude 250m a.s.l – Faces SW
Single pitch routes. 1 E2, 6 E1, 2 HVS
Take the minor road out of East Woodburn and turn right along a gated track at the bend in the road. The road passes under the crag.
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Northern England (2008), Northumberland Climbing Guide (2004),
Out of print: Northumberland (1989)
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Although short the routes pack in a punch and are mostly well protected. Came here instead of the usual Wanneys and was not disappointed, a good day was had.|
petegunn - 20/Jul/12
"Although probably not worth the travel for experienced climbers."
...Except for the six E1s and two E2s of course! It's a great afternoon or evening out for E1/E2 teams.
Si Litchfield - 08/Nov/05
I have been looking for some crags not to severe for my girlfriend to start off with and found a lovely little route here. Old ash crack is a 9m climb that is perfect for the beginner, text book placements and a nice solid confidence booster for anyone starting off. It also had some great Mid range climbs I realy enjoyed getting my tips onto myself. Although probably not worth the travel for experienced climbers.
Marts - 12/Jul/05