Climbs 15
Rocktype Limestone

Faces S

Thick As Two Short Plancks © goi.ashmore

Crag features

Not in the current guidebook. Highly amusing routes on dreadful rock.

The bouldering off to the West of Nash Point is, however, good and coming along nicely....
goi.ashmore - 20/Sep/13
I'd second what Goi said. A few of us went there tonight and it's a choss fest. A lot of loose rock, unstable cliffs and a seriously rusty staple just below the top of Russell's paradox. Best avoided although there are lovely views as the sun sets over the coast and the pub is very nice!
Nigel R Lewis - 28/Aug/13
Nash point used to contain some good easy sports routes. However the supporting stack collapsed and the storms of winter 2012/2013 produced a lot of rubble which has piled up and buried most of the routes to half height. The remaining area of the cliff is pretty unstable, so best to avoid.
goi.ashmore - 08/Jun/13
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Climbs at this crag

Climb name Grade
  Bouldering West of the Beach (also mostly collapsed!)
2 Thick As Two Short Plancks 6c+ *** 1
3 Planck Energy 7a+ ** 1
4 Electoweak Unification V3 6a ** 1
5 Planck Constant V2 5c * 1
6 Planck Energy V2 5c *  
Climb name Grade
  Largely collapsed routes on the beach
8 Dai's Lemma 6a 7
9 Sutton's Stoned 5c 6
10 Morgensten's Retort 5c 4
11 Von Neuman's Expression 4c 5
12 Nash Equilibrium 5a 4
Climb name Grade
13 Tight As Matt's Underpants 5a 2
14 Tidy As Matt's Toy Box 5c 2
15 Myles Away
5a 4
16 Frege's Grundgesetze VD 2
17 Russell's Paradox 6b 2

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