Nudole sits sheltered in a picturesque valley. The steep slopes on either side nestle around a flat open plane with medium sized boulders strew in clusters on both sides a gentle stream. The rock is varied and interestingly shaped granite. There are tones of blocks here and we used some of the simpler ones as a warm up. If you're new to outdoor bouldering this is a fantastic place to start, with varied climbs and a show stopping location.
Climb 1 A short and simple climb to warm up with. On central block in the small cluster of boulders on the right hand side, just beyond the lake from the car park. Block 7 in the guide book.
Sit start, then follow the positive crimps up using nice foot holds to an easy top out on the upper slab section.
Climb 2 A second climb on the same block, starting slightly further left and following an easier line.
Sit start with positive hand holds, then follow the natural ridge in the rock up and to the right. Finish with an easy top out onto the slab.
Climb 3 Another gentle route with very positive holds. This block sits further up from the car park on the right hand side of the river. Block 11 in the guide book.
Follow the arete to the top for an easy top out. A nice series of ledges make this into a ladder.
Climb 4 Another simple climb on the back of the same boulder, this follows the slight overhang on huge holds but requires a left traverse to avoid the bushes growing on top. This is a not a climb worth searching for.
Start in the middle of the face and work up between the grass and bush. Traverse left in order to avoid the obstacles for a very easy top out.
Climb 5 On the other side of this boulder is a tall and imposing slab. These climbs are a little more interesting as the rock is perfect for getting used to granite slabs. A wide variety of hand and feet options are available regardless of the starting position. The block can be recognised easily by the blue paint mark at waist height in the middle.
Climb the slab following the right hand arete. There are many options for feet and extremely generous hand holds all the way up.
Climb 6 Another slab climb on the same boulder.
The block can be climbed at many places along the face. This starts about a metre from the right hand arete and follows an obvious set of foot holds to the top.