High Rocks Access Issuesby Ben Read Mar/2012
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It is with great importance that everyone pays to climb here and enters through the main gate and does not break in through the fence. If you do not want to pay to climb then I advise you find another crag!
If climbing was to be banned from High Rocks it will be a major blow to climbing in the South East.
A meeting is currently being set up with owner but everyone can do their bit by making sure to pay and use the correct entrance. It is my personal view that anyone caught ignoring this should be named and shamed!
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