Very Good guide by the way! - http://www.jerseyclimbs.com/
We decided to go to the 'Nethe', where Kevin and his friend were climbing. Our first ever sea cliff route ended up being a 65 metre three pitch multipitch which had some fantastic climbing and great positions!
A few days later, we went to La rouge nez, a fantastic single pitch sea cliff.
When we arrived though, the belay ledge appeared to be a bit damp.....
At last the tide went out so we went to the main crag, can get pretty scary belaying when the waves are crashing over your back!
After an ascent of the fantastic 'open heart surgery' I decided enough was enough and that I may as well try getting on something hard, so I tried 'Jersey Girl' E2 5c.
Jersey Girl (original finish) ascends the blank looking wall right of the main crack (chalk marks) and continues up to the red steak at three quarter height, and then step right into the crack to the top.
The tide had only just gone out and it was 20 odd degrees by now. I slipped off on the first few moves, but after a false start I climbed the route without a fall although it definately felt hard for me. Really pleased to get my first E2!
The next day, we headed to the south and found a cool costal bouldering venue at the west end of beauport. Managed a font 6a+ and a 6c but no pictures :P.
We also found another cool costal bouldering venue on the west coast north of Gorey on an odd conglomerate shale type rock, was pretty cool! though crimps to seem to fall off....
Later that day, we biked up to the north of the island. I didnt really feel to psyched for climbing but Jake lead a good slabby route, which took a bit of getting too!
P.S. Thank you to Kevin and other Jersey climbers, for allowing us to venture onto there superb crags :).