Type: Sport, 45 ft
FA: Cam Burns
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Shared By: Jason Halladay on Nov 19, 2006
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A fun route on the Sponge. Fun climbing on good holds make this a nice warm-up for the other routes on the Sponge. Named for Tim Rutherford, a very fun LA 1980s guy who often wore white leather shoes (thus the Hollywood reference courtesy of Mike Schillaci).


The right-most route on The Sponge. An obvious tramped out area marks the start.


6 bolts to two spring loaded Fixe sport anchors.


Jason Hundhausen
Bozeman, MT
Jason Hundhausen   Bozeman, MT
Very nice route! Tricky crux if you don't know where to look...
Was up there this past weekend and found that somebody replaced the anchors with nice, new springer hangers (thanks!). It's been awhile, but it appears that somebody also added a bolt to the lower section of this route. Jun 14, 2007
JoshuaJones Jones
JoshuaJones Jones   Albuquerque
I left 2 draws on the route sometime in July. If you found them I would like them back if possible. We had to bail during storm:( Aug 16, 2012
The bolt just below the crux, when you get on the arete, is questionable. I don't remember what the issue was, I just remember thinking "I probably shouldn't fall on this." Mar 18, 2015
Rika J.
Rika J.   Colorado
This is pretty standard for my experience of Jemez crags (except Cattle Call Wall), but if you're short, the grade may feel a little stiff. I'm 5'6" with short arms and definitely felt like there was a move or two of .10a. Although that may be because the bolt is below your feet when you're making the crux moves. May 27, 2017
Tony B
Tony B  
Just an FYI- the right cold-shut is a bit worn and the washer under the nut on the left cold shut is pretty mangled. Apr 17, 2018