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Routes in Gilligan's Island

20 ft. Wave V2 5+
Barnacle V1 5 R
Beach Hut V1 5
Breaker V0-1 4+
Captain, The V5 6C
Cast-Out V3 6A
Castaway V4- 6B
Coconut V2 5+
Crest, The V1 5
Dead Wood V0+ 4+
Dinghy V2-3 5+
Fearless Man V3-4 6A+ PG13
Ginger V8 7B PG13
Island Greeting V1 5
Island Hut V3 6A
Keelhauling TR 5.7 5a 15 V+ 13 MVS 4b
Kipper V4-5 6B+
Lagoon V4 6B
Low Tide V1-2 5
Marry Ann V1 5
Mast, The V2 5+
Matt Damon Is Inside Of Marry Ann V1 5
Mrs. Howell V1 5
Poop Deck TR 5.10+ 6b+ 21 VII+ 20 E3 5b
Professor, The V5 6C
Rescue V5 6C
Row Boat V0-1 4+
Sandy V6-7 7A+
Seven On The Beach V2-3 5+
Ship's Prow V4 6B
Six-Hour-Ride V3 6A
Skin Boat V2-3 5+
Skipper V5 6C
Smoke Signals V1 5 R
Sun Baked V1-2 5
Three Hour Tour V8 7B
Thurston Howell V3+ 6A+
Tide Pool V0 4
Tropical Sea V3 6A
Unknown route V1 5
Vanished V0+ 4+
Your Orders V6 7A
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Type: Boulder, 8 ft
FA: Josh Heiney
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Shared By: Luke Childers on May 21, 2009
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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This is a SDS to "The Captain" that starts just to the left on poor underclings. Fire up into a two finger pocket with your left hand. Slap out right. Match and pull your way back onto the finishing moves of "The Captain."

It is a really fun variation to "The Captain."


This is located on the south side of Gilligan's Island, just up and north of the 1st most obvious block which houses the "Ship's Prow." It is on the same wall as "The Captain".


Pads and a spot.


Nolan Robertson  
This thing is awesome! Seems like the direct line up the boulder, the captain seems like an odd start. Apr 10, 2017
It's much easier that way imo for sure. Don't contrive a problem just to make it match a grade, if that's how it flows for you that's how it flows (I do it this same way, out right fist, then to the pocket). All the grades in the area are ridiculously soft anyway, so don't climb for numbers, or you'll be hugely disappointed if you ever leave the Front Range. Jan 27, 2013
Is it still a V6 if you go up with your right hand first to the sloper? Apr 22, 2012