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Accessing rock on private land 23-Jul-2014 At 12:02:24 PM peteclimbs
Not sure how much this has been looked at in Australia but it's pretty common in the US. Much of Red River Gorge for example is on private land and climbers need to sign a waiver and leave it in a box at the car park prior to climbing in some areas. Makes sense and is easy to do. You'd think if the litigation obsessed Yanks can find a way to make it work then it should be straight forward enough here.

If you're interested here's what the Red River Gorge Climbers Coalition get you to sign

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