Climbing in Private Land


This document provides you with a process for approaching a landowner about public access to climbing on private property. Many great climbing areas are located on private land.  Landowners are often reluctant to open their land to the public for a myriad of reasons. Typically, the land owner is concerned about liability, loss of control of his/her property, degradation of the property by disrespectful users or overuse, security, privacy and personal safety.



Author: Access Fund
Published: 2006
Category: Private Property

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English: Climbing on Private Land