Feizor Nick access news

Posted by Guy Keating on 27/08/2008

The BMC recently received a report of climbers being challenged while accessing this picturesque outcrop in the Yorkshire Dales.

The crag is situated on CRoW access land, so we got in touch with our contacts in the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority to see what the story was.

The local YDNPA Ranger met with the farmer and it transpires there have been problems with parking and incidents of dogs harassing his livestock.

So, if you decide to visit this smart and quick-drying little crag please park considerately in the hamlet of Feizor and walk the short distance to the crag, and keep your pet under control and on a lead during lambing.



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