The current access situation at Craig y Forwyn is as follows: CENTRAL SECTION- From just West of Staircase Gully (at the route The Fox), where a smooth wire fence reaches the base of the crag, to Purple Haze– the owner of Plas Newydd Caravan Park has made it be known that he does not permit ACCESS OVER THE LAND OR CLIMBING in this section. He also actively enforces this restriction on the land that he owns. RIGHT HAND SECTION (from Purple Haze eastwards), is owned by another landowner who has also indicated that she does not wish to have climbers on her land. LEFT HAND SECTION (starting from approx. 50 metres left of Staircase Gully, facing the crag) -climbing permitted. Formal consent has been obtained to allow the removal of vegetation (ivy and invasive cotoneaster only) from rock-climbs on this section of crag only. Note: The Countryside Council for Wales (CCW) has some concerns about tree clearance below the crag. The whole crag forms part of an SSSI and the BMC asks climbers not to clear vegetation or improve the path below the crag. Removal or damaging any vegetation without written authority from the Countryside Council for Wales and the landowners could lead to criminal proceedings at this site. You should also be aware that sound carries in this valley, so please make every effort not disturb the peace of local residents, i.e. keep your voices down when belaying etc.