The HUGE corner of the area. A classic
P1: Work through the blocky start to the corner, and go strait up 'til you hit the 2b anchor (and an old hammered alluminum hex). This pitch is 5.7 and very popular, great lead. [NOTE: as of 10/2004 there was a large, loose flake about halfway up the pitch, just before Green Mtn Breakdown takes off to the right. It's possible to climb around it, with care.]
P2: Go up the corner to the roof, then move out right. Coninue to the 2b anchor.
Rappel the same as Green Mtn. Breakdown.
A recent RC.com member quetion promted me to find the history of the route name. It has had several mis-spellings and incarnations, but Chitlins, no apostraphe, and with an S is correct. Apparently Chitlins is the intestine of a pig, and is a delicacy in spain. Makes you wonder why they named it that. The fixed Hex at the belay also has a story to tell. It was found in the Tetons, and bootied for the express purpose of that belay. Apparently it was beat, and stuck in the Tetons, and some Acadia folks took one look and cried 'Well gee, wouldn't that be swell for that wide Chitlins belay!' (or something to that effect). so they pounded it out, carted it back, and pounded it in again. Been there ever since.