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Climbing Mediawatch 6-Nov-2017 At 12:26:24 PM Rocksinmyhead
On 6-Nov-2017 Doug wrote:

>It's about time.

I disagree. I'm not arguing against the ban. It's owned by the Anangu, so it's their call. They've got their reasons.

But I'm still sad. I've always wanted to climb Uluru by another way besides the tourist route. There's probably dozens of others easy ways that could be soloed. Being up high, alone, on all that red rock, with desert to the horizon would have been amazing.

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