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Fun and worthwhile. There is a variety of climbing on this short route.
Start by pulling an overhang to a ledge with a birch tree at ~10', then head up and right towards the crack. The crux comes midway at a bulge, and very-small nuts may (or may not) offer your only protection from ledgefall.
Rappel from pine trees above.
Just past the closure, look for a set of four right-facing corners (see picture). Catnip starts at the second of the four, and the rest of the route is defined by a discontinuous crack above.
By The Toe climbs the right of the corners. Catni...