We headed back to the undone problem together a couple of days after his initial cleaning and projecting session and I was immediately blown away. The arete looked incredible from the ground and a really efficient climbing sequence had already been discovered. Murph sent the problem on his first attempt of the day and I quickly repeated this classic climb for the second ascent. The problem, known now as Geometric Quagmire (V5) ended up being a bit easier than initially expected, but the movement and exposure on the upper moves make up for the lack in difficulty. This could very well be one of the best moderate boulder problems in the Adirondacks!