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Rock Climbing

Recent research in Australia undertaken by the STCRC indicates that the main impacts are on rocks, plants and animals. Read more

Recent research in Australia undertaken by the STCRC indicates that the main impacts are on rocks, plants and animals.

Recommended management strategies include:

  • Conduct baseline studies at sites to help monitor impacts;
  • Identify suitable sites for climbing and their associated carrying capacity;
  • Designate and clearly advertise climbing sites in protected areas (if permitted);
  • Signpost and well mark tracks to cliffs;
  • Monitor cliff, vegetation and soil impacts;
  • Monitor nest bird activity, rock wallaby numbers, and
  • Use zoning systems to regulate particular types of climbing to limit environmental and social impacts.
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