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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, 15 ft
FA: Luke Childers
Page Views: 3,261 total, 31/month
Shared By: Luke Childers on May 22, 2009
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Start as far back on the sloping rail as you can. Next you slap and heel hook your way around and under a large roof. Make a few decisive moves to gain the outer lip and set up for the big finish move. If your feet come loose, you may hit your spotter in the head, so watch out for that!!!

It is a great problem!! This is also an area classic!!


Located on the north west side of Gilligan's Island, this problem is on the north side of the Homestead Trail. As you start to come out of the woods and see the field out in front of you, keep looking to your left.

The line features a large roof with a traversing sloping rail that leads to a sick toss from the end. It's visible from the trail.


Pads and a spotter for the finishing moves.


Nolan Robertson  
This thing is amazing, really great rock, fun movement, and a nice slightly committing topout! Apr 10, 2017
Ryando Smithman
Golden, CO
Ryando Smithman   Golden, CO
Did it statically this time around (it's been over two years since I've touched the problem). Always interesting to see how climbing styles change, considering last time I would basically cut and throw to the jug. Apr 7, 2013
Jon Zucco
Denver, CO
Jon Zucco   Denver, CO
Cool problem! If you miss the jug at the lip, be prepared to slide down the chute below, or stack a couple pads up at an angle with an attentive spotter. Apr 6, 2013
Daniel H----
Daniel H----  
Excellent problem, definitely worth doing! Nov 21, 2012
Ryando Smithman
Golden, CO
Ryando Smithman   Golden, CO
I really liked this problem. The slopers are super gritty, and that reminds me of back east. The problem is definitely not over when you hit the jug. Top out is interesting. May 8, 2010
Golden, CO
Monty   Golden, CO  
Sick line! Really cool moves on great rock. Great find! May 2, 2010
Man you freak'en crushed the "Skipper" on-sight for the 2nd ascent. I tell you... it was a thing of beauty to watch. What a rock machine!!! Jun 19, 2009