I suppose I should briefly explain why I called the arete 'The Hypocrisy of Moose'. Rather simple really- the ascent showed me for the Hypocritical Moose I am. Anyway, a big gap now and everything else I was trying in the moors seems a little easy and chossy in comparrison.
So the list of LG(perhaps not that great)Ps in the Moors currently stands at:
*The Arete at Ravenscar direct - H9 7a? *** (attempted on shunt)
The straightening-out of Steve's new E7+ would mean you'd be almost soloing the crux of his route, plus with a nails set of moves to get there.
*The Groove at Kepwick- H8/9 6c ** (linked on top rope)
F7cish to a V7 finish. One good Skyhook, serious possibility of injury. Ace climbing, poor setting.
*Gehenna Wall- E6/7 6b/c * (abed)
Chossy, but a good line. The holds will only hold about 40 kilos.
*The Scoop at Stoupe Brow- E7 6b/c *** (abed and shunted the crux)
Ace moves at around F7b+ with a massive but safish fall. Breaks out left from central crack.
A few routes that need doing but aren't really amazing (although quite good):
The finger Crack at Clemmitt's - E4/5 6b **- abed
Porcupine Arete, Snotterdale- E6 6b *-climbed a tree next to it
The Aid Line Kay Nest- E6 6c? - ground inspected
On crack Stoupe Brow- E5 6b ** - ground inspected
Choss not worth doing:
Mongol wall- E9?
Death arete- Danby- E8 6b?
The Roof crack at Middlehead- E4?
The wall at Oak crag- V9