Access

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Conduct
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Access to New Zealand climbing areas is not a right, it's a privilege.

Many climbing areas are on or are accessed through private land. Access to  these locations is at the discretion of landowners. In the interests of improved access Climb New Zealand promotes appropriate climber conduct, minimum environmental impact and unrestricted climbing.

bulletAppropriate Climber Conduct
bulletSafe Climbing Practices
bulletPermission
bulletRoute Naming
bulletLanguage
bulletCultural & Religious Considerations
bulletGates
bulletCamping

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bulletMinimal Environmental Impact
bulletTracks
bulletRoute Preparation
bulletFixed Gear (Bolting)
bulletRubbish
bulletHuman Waste
bulletUnrestricted Climbing
bulletRespecting the rights of climbers to choose how, when and where they climb.
bulletMake climbing areas freely available to everyone. Read about an outdoor area that may charge climbers.
bulletHelp improve landowners understanding of the limit of their liability.

Remember, your actions influence the ability of others to enjoy valuable climbing areas.

 

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