|Crag name||Corbie's Craig||[Missing photo!]|
|Location||Midlothian, Southern Scotland|
|Grid Ref||NT 256705 (Landranger map 66)|
|Routes||10, trad (? - ?)|
|Logbooks||Route descriptions, grades & voting|
|Guidebooks||SMC Lowland Outcrops|
|Map||Clickable 1:50,000 OS map (open in new window)|
|Aerial Photo||Clickable 1:50,000 aerial photo (open in new window)|
|Indoor walls||List climbing walls within 25 miles|
|Features||UNKNOWN summary of crag|
|Access||UNKNOWN directions/access notes|
|Moderator||Details for this crag are managed by Mehmet Karatay|
|Comments||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 - 19/04/2006
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