This climb is in 12 logbooks, and on no wishlists.
trwolfe13 - 2nd O/S - 13/Jul/14 with Cameron Hall
Don't know whether to count this as 'Much Ado about Nothing', 'Complex Variable' or neither.
Climbed up to a dodgy microcam placement, traversed a long way right to a thread on the concretions of 'Complex Variable', and then up and left to where I could clip the tape on the peg. Tried to traverse left to get to the flake, but didn't trust the dusty rock or the hand holds, so continued straight up through steep ground on concretions to get to a tree on the right, which I slung. Then made my precarious way left and up (above the flake) past loose-feeling rock to the abseil tree. Not my favourite climb of the day.
cameron_hall - Lead O/S - 13/Jul/14 with Jack Dorling, Tom Wolfe
Hidden - 2nd - 15/Jun/14
steve phillips - Lead O/S - 05/May/14 with Al Randall
This is nowhere near war of the worlds...you have to go to the other end of the crag from wofw..This is a fun short climb through some nice rock with plenty of protection (small cam slot at 2m) then loads of threads - insitu ones are very brittle though...
evhall - Lead O/S - 27/Apr/13 with Fletch
will_benfold - Lead O/S - 24/Feb/13 with Adam Poundall
smashing1989 - 2nd - 24/Feb/13
I don't think this is worth a star - it's lacking a logical line, it's bold and on suspect rock, and there's dangerously loose blocks in and around the top corner.
bpmclimb - Lead O/S - 26/Oct/09 with Clare
The Pylon King - Lead O/S - 26/Apr/08 with Beesley
chris sm - 2nd O/S - 09/Jun/07 with Paul Osborn
Took me ages to find this climb until I realised you had to climb a dirty mound at the end of the wall with War of the worlds on it. Couldn't find protection until the obvious thread runner about 30ft up. After that it was easy.
sam8oy - Lead O/S - 09/Sep/06 with John
markysums - Lead - 2003