/ SKILLS: #RespectTheRock - The Countryside Code
Rob Greenwood shares some sage advice for those keen to #respecttherock, the environment and the people around it.
This is the kind of article which could win someone an MBE. Keep up the good work Rob!
So much of this is basic courtesy and common sense that it truly depresses me that it needs to be pointed out at all. Some people are just fundamentally inconsiderate, and it never hurts to reiterate it.
Great Article once again on these issue.
What is depressing is that I noted the pic of the fool walking on the wall at Almscliffe, which I thought was the same fool I saw just this Sunday 8th April, walking on the wall past the notice which states "Please do NOT walk on the wall"! Unfortunately it wasn't which demonstrates that the problem persists. Hearteningly someone did yell at him to get down.
There are lots on new signs around Almscliffe about parking etc. from the BMC which is great. What would also be good however, would be to highlight the alternative ways to the crag avoiding the mud at the bottom of the field which is what drives this thoughtless behaviour. Only a couple of hundred yards back along the road is an alternative foot path which is far less muddy. There are also other access routes easily readable from OS maps.
Finally, and again on a heartening note, as we were climbing a couple of young climbers were scouting around picking up rubbish as they were leaving , one piece being an obvious lost hat and another piece being a climbers shoe wipe cloth.
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