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I wanted to get out hiking with my dog and so I decided to check this place out since I hadn't been there before. I wasn't intending on doing any climbing but I once I got there, I decided to solo what seemed reasonable in the approach shoes I had on.
Anyway, begin about 15ft left of "Big Cat Club" and climb straight up a shallow left-facing dihedral. It's an ok climb in and of itself, but not worth the long approach.
15' left of Big Cat Club on the west face.
Thin gear. At the top you could sling a horn or place a #0.5 Camalot and traverse right to chain anchors on "Big Cat Club" or scramble off the northeast corner of the formation.
By James Beissel
From: Boulder, CO
Jan 31, 2011
I'm pretty sure that Litter Box is the short sport/mixed route that begins just around the corner to the left of Long Walk Crack. This is an undocumented line.