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Stack

A unit of volume equivalent to 108 cubic feet. It is used in the sale of firewood.
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The smooth, sandy, horseshoe-shaped beach is tucked into a cove and sheltered from wind, making it a perfect place for surfing or just staring at sea stacks.
St John's Head is 1128ft high and is close to the famous Old Man of Hoy sea stack.
Or just explore miles and miles of sparkling white beaches and marvel at the iconic 450ft sea stack the Old Man of Hoy - before it crumbles into the sea.
Adventurers Tim Emmett, Gus Brown and Roger Holmes parachuted off the famous 450ft Orkney sea stack.
Around 15 million viewers tuned in over three days in 1967 to watch the pair climb the 450ft sea stack.
He will scale the daunting 450ft sea stack in the Orkneys as a warm up for a charity climb of the Eiger, in the Swiss Alps.
The rest of the team manage to pull off a treacherous rescue of Louise (Kananu Kirimi) and Javier (Bruno Munoz-Rojas), a Spanish visitor who has fallen and is hanging upside down and unconscious from Dragon's Tooth Sea Stack.
Six miles north of the town lies Patrick's Point State Park, where you can sift through the coarse sands of Agate Beach, visit the curious "octopus forest," scale a sea stack for a commanding view of sea and land, or take a turn through a small natural history museum.
THE Old Man of Hoy, Britain's tallest sea stack at almost 450 feet, is in danger of being toppled forever from his home off Orkney.
Activities can be as much of an adrenaline rush as the scenery if you're up for scaling sea stacks, kayaking, mountain biking, horse riding or kite surfing.
Boardman State Park, to Cape Sebastian and Gold Beach, giant surf-ravaged sea stacks divide one sandy beach from another.
Black Sea stacks the odds against the characters, most of whom are little more than broadly sketched archetypes.