The second E4 is also at the lower end of the grade. From the middle of the grassy ledge, pull over a small bulge and climb a crack to a peg. Move up, using holds on the right, to an undercut flake. Place some wires and motor up the wall above past a thread to a junction with World's End. © Rockfax
FA. Gary Gibson, Tony Penning, Chris Court 1985
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Really nice route with decent rests between trickier bits - start quite goey. For this and other routes from the ledge, getting up to route quite overgrown. For ab in, if you go from the litter bin post, and go down the obvious way (down the hollow and faint path), you end up awkwardly right (facing out) of where you need to be. Take ab rope 8-10m L (again facing out) up a small rise and around L of a small healthy hawthorn - that gets you roughly to the right place. You need extra rope that way - I guess long sling round hawthorn should be OK to pull rope down.
|Duncan Campbell||16/Jun/14||Lead β||
Abbed off after World's End so had seen the odd hold, though still felt pretty OS. Quite goey over first roof then a bit bold though reasonably steady to a tricky move to clip a good peg. A final slightly goey section gets you into the top of World's End. A great route.
Andy S & Dominic O
|Ian Broome||30/Sep/06||2nd dog||
fell off top move when I pulled a block off.
|Stoney Boy||17/Oct/93||Lead O/S||