Route Grade Votings
More of a scramble than a climb, the clean-cut arete is the easiest way of getting to the Upper Wall. It is also worth doing in its own right, especially the upper section which has nice exposed moves and easier options - the timid may require a rope in places. Descent - Cross the summit ridge then descend the steep open slopes to the right.
A fun little scramble but hardly any climbing...
You can avoid the climbing, but you can also go for the most intersting parts and you will find a brilliant introduction climb on a nice top.