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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: TR, 35 ft
FA: KC Brown, Colin Wilson, January 2013
Page Views: 789 total, 13/month
Shared By: Colin Wilson on Feb 23, 2013
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Description

"Keelhauling" is a short toprope (or potentially highball) route on Gilligan's Island, which ascends the center of a featured face just right of "Fearless Man."

Start just to the right of a deep crack and ascend clean rock to a large bulge. Work right around the bulge and follow a short flake/crack to the top.

Location

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.

Protection

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.

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