World's End

1 Stars
Fluttery
 E4 6a

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The first in a series of quality E4s is probably the easiest of the bunch. Start at the far left-hand end of the grassy ledge and climb a crack to a peg. Follow a flake above then trend rightwards (peg) to a grassy finish.
New World Order, E1 5b - break left from the peg to an undercut crack and corner on the left.
FA. Jim Moran, John Reagan 1976
FA. (NWO) Geoff Hornby, Suzi Sammut, Mark Turnbull, Simon Lee 1992

USER COMMENTS

The stuck nut is a hex on rope, not a wire. There is no peg.
Graham Hoey - 13/Jul/04

The peg is actually an ageing thread. Beware of the ant's nest hiding in the grass at the belay, it doesn't respond well to being sat on.
Simon W - 17/Aug/05

Very balancey. Crux with good gear below your feet. Might not be strenuous but crux is definitely 6a.
ianb - 01/Jul/13

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