The true line of the route 'Easter Island' as climbed by Ed Ward-Drummond in 1972. It is still a bit escapable but does give better and more sustained climbing than the common modern version now renamed 'Easter Edge'. From the gearing-up ledge above the river, pull onto the right face and climb the arete as closely as possible until a diagonal crack. Swing up this and make rapid moves up a crack to gain the upper groove. Follow this in a majestic position, moving left of the final roof. © Rockfax
UKC Logbook Description
This climb has been re-named to keep it in line with the latest guidebook entries and to be more historically accurate. If you are ticking it having donw what you thought was an E1, then it is likely that you have climbed what is now called Easter Edge.
FA. Ed Ward-Drummond, Hamish Green-Armytage 1972.
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