Route Grade Votings
Climb the arete, which doesn't look too bad until you get on it.
Presumably this is the arete on the first boulder you reach from the Seathwaite approach which I climbed late lasy year? If so, would it have been so hard to contact me for details, instead of making up some disingenuous "name" for it? And if this problem is described then what about the other two new problems I climbed that day, or indeed Greg's two new lines?