Thick As Two Short Plancks © goi.ashmore
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
|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 *|
|Largely collapsed routes on the beach|
|11||Von Neuman's Expression||4c||5|
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