CORBY'S


Corby's is a lovely cliff in an idyllic setting, with a good spread of routes, afternoon sun and splendid views over towards the Cheviot - there is little wonder that the crag has long been popular.

Routes

44 trad routes (VD...D)
Graded List of Routes
List of First Ascents
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Buttress (click for routes) No. of Routes Route Type Sunshine
or shade
Approach walk Other
North Buttress
This is the show-piece of the crag with some fine and long climbs, often with hard finishes....
15
Trad
Afternoon sun
Downhill

2 mins

sheltered
Sunshine Superman
A short wall of good rock at the left-hand end of the Upper Tier. It is less popular than other...
7
Trad
Afternoon sun
Downhill

2 mins

sheltered
The Plonka
The central and right-hand section of the Upper Tier have some nice routes, including the classic...
13
Trad
Afternoon sun
Downhill

2 mins

sheltered
South Buttress
The first piece of rock reached when using the southern approach has long been popular, partly...
9
Trad
Afternoon sun
Downhill

2 mins

sheltered
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  • Latest Comments

    For CORBY'S

    Audacity
    "14 July 2011 Just visited Audacity and found that some mindless vandals have pus..." 18/Jul

    Ken's Caper
    "The top face/slab is covered in lichen (12th Aug 2010) and with no positive hold..." 15/Aug

    Tiger Feet
    "A short route with great moves especially the rock over to gain the final flutin..." 31/Jul

    Ranadon
    "This route seems better protected than a lot of Northumberland routes so flutter..." 28/Jul

    Chicken Run
    "Don't think it needs the "heart" symbol." 17/Sep

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