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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 V1-2 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: TR, 35 ft
FA: Colin Wilson, January 2013
Page Views: 714 total, 12/month
Shared By: Colin Wilson on Feb 22, 2013
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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"Poop Deck" is a short toprope (or potentially highball) route on Gilligan's Island, which follows an overhanging arete.

A few easy moves quickly lead to a reachy, tricky, roof problem just a couple meters off the ground. Mind your rope carefully through this section. After pulling through the roof, a lieback leads to technical smears and crimpers up the bulging prow. The difficulty eases considerably upon reaching the top of the bulge.

The grade is approximate, and a consensus rating has yet to be established. Feel free to offer your input.


Just a few meters right of Fearless Man lies a short, vertical rock face by the largest pine tree in the vicinity. Poop Deck and Keelhauling (see photo) share a gear anchor at the top.


Build a toprope anchor using clean trad-gear placements (a few nuts, hexes, and long slings) near the summit of Gilligan's Island. The top is easily accessible via a short scramble up the south side, or a low 5th-class solo up the crack to the left of Keelhauling. Bring extra cord and extend the anchor to reduce rope drag. Walk off the south side.


Idaho Springs
MountainManny   Idaho Springs
I went out last night and set-up shop...maybe with a little different variation than what you have in your beta picture for Poop Deck, but close.
I used your pic. to show my line and also where I set my TR.

There is a large horn of rock (upper right, circled in blue) that you can sling (long slings or hitch it with cord) and plenty of options to back it up...this let me suspend my anchor over the lip to avoid rope drag.

Fun indeed and I would agree on the .10+.
That sexy jug to get through the mini-roof is crux and I think is height-dependent, shorties will have to really work for it. Mar 21, 2013