On 8-Oct-2018 kieranl wrote:
>Some sites are located close to the track. My understanding is that the
>indigenous community doesn't wish the locations of cultural sites to be
>identified so I'm not going to be more specific.
>Easy access to sites has often resulted in vandalism so I can see the
On 8-Oct-2018 ajfclark wrote:
>It's an awkward situation. They generally aren't publicised because some people like to >destroy them, which makes it very hard to avoid going near them sometimes by >accident.
I just saw these responses - we were obviously writing at the same time :-)
Both of the above are also correct in this and other locations. As I noted, it is complex. It deserves conversation and solutions. I would like to think that coming up with solutions that protect cultural heritage - 'cos once it's gone, it's gone - and that take into account climbers responsible usage and values is something that can be achieved.