/ Llanymynech access status?
Is Llanymynech still very much off limits? I vaguely recall a number of posts about peregrine restrictions, chopped bolts and access disputes (or at least "sensitive issues" on access). I am assuming that we pretty much can't go there but I'd be delighted to be proven wrong. I fancy going on Sunday!
Since when? http://www.thebmc.co.uk/modules/RAD/ViewCrag.aspx?id=850
I don't know, maybe I just got confused! And right now my brain is scrambled from a funny old day at work, so take everything with a pinch of salt. Sorry if I have added to any confusion...
> I don't know, maybe I just got confused! And right now my brain is scrambled from a funny old day at work, so take everything with a pinch of salt. Sorry if I have added to any confusion...
No no just slightly concerned myself since we'd been in the Autumn and all seemed fine..apart for being moaned at by GG for lowering of a mate on a staple!
It's not UK sport cragging if you DON'T get moaned at by GG for something :-)
It's just certain areas off limits because of birds. Theres plenty to go at without restriction so long as people are respectful.
This was what I understood anyways.
Thanks Tommy - yes I have now read that BMC article, and now I remember that it is only a couple of walls. Hopefully still a useful thread for others though!
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