Login with Facebook
 ADVANCED
Quarter Inch Master Area
Select Route:
Chief Broken Wing 
Jaws Arete 
Quarter Inch Master 
Raleigh Arete 
Rimjob 

Rimjob 

Hueco: V7-8 Font: 7B

   
Type:  Boulder, 20'
Consensus:  Hueco: V8 Font: 7B [details]
FA: Kipp Schorr?, '05 or '06
Page Views: 1,110
Submitted By: half-pad-mini-jug on Aug 5, 2010

You & This Route  |  Other Opinions (6)
Your todo list:
Your stars:
Your rating: -none- [change]
Your ticklist: [add new tick]
Your opinion of this PAGE:    [0 people like this page.]
Jables cruxing.
Photo: L. Bowlin.

Description 

This is the sds for Jaws Arete. It adds 4 BURLY moves to the stand start. Start in an obvious sit start on the arete on good holds, make long moves to crimps and an even longer cross move to a pinch on the arete, match on the bump (stand start hold), and finish out the stand start.

Location 

This is at the opposite end of the formation from Quarter Inch Master.

Protection 

Pads, good spotter.


Photos of Rimjob Slideshow Add Photo
Red line into the green line. <br />Photo: L. Bowlin.
BETA PHOTO: Red line into the green line.
Photo: L. Bowlin.

Comments on Rimjob Add Comment
Show which comments
By Kegan Minock
From: colorado springs
Apr 7, 2011
rating: V10- 7C+

This is a really cool line! Got every move except sticking the nasty sloper near the beginning. It's going down soon.
By Kegan Minock
From: colorado springs
May 4, 2011
rating: V10- 7C+

So quick question... is this still unsent?
By Caleb Justice
May 7, 2011
rating: V8 7B

Think I just got FA on this thing today, great problem.
By Kegan Minock
From: colorado springs
May 9, 2011
rating: V10- 7C+

Caleb named it Attack of the Bongos.
By Kipp Schorr
Nov 22, 2011
rating: V7-8 7B

What's up, dudes? I was randomly looking through the ol' Hartman's area stuff and saw this line. I climbed this thing from the low back in '05 or '06. I probably didn't do it first, as a lot of hardmen were around lonnng before I was there, but we jokingly named it 'Rimjob' and thought it was around V7/8ish. Just a little heads up on this great problem, not many good slopey problems at Hartmans, and this was imo one of the best! Seems like you guys are putting up a lot of quality stuff in the area, so great to see! Keep it up!

EDIT = This wasn't meant to be a "calling you out" comment, sorry if it came across as that. Just wanted to give a little info on this great problem. Nice work regardless, keep crushing!
By Kipp Schorr
Dec 7, 2011
rating: V7-8 7B

Word, Willa. So glad to see there is some new development happening in the valley in terms of bouldering. I knew some awesome stuff would go down in Lost Canyon as well, never made it out there enough (too much trad climbing while I lived in Gunny). Also, good luck on that sport route, thing looks rowdy. Have to check it out when I'm back through that way.

One other question, did someone ever climb that super pretty red face over by that HOFNAR problem? I tried it a little bit and got super close. Thing was definitely one of the better lines at Hartman's. I remember Duffy trying it as well. If not, get after it!