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For climbers
Disrespecting rules closes crags. This has happened several times around NZ, most recently at Dragon Crags (Banks Peninsula). The lesson could not be more clear – all climbers need to comply with the ground rules if we want to continue enjoying crag access. Rules vary from crag to crag, so please check for access information before you...
For climbers
Making a monthly or annual donation to ACAT through our website provides us with sustainable funding for our ongoing access projects. The more you give, the more we are able to do. You can use the donation form on any page to make a donation. As well as ongoing work to promote climbing access, ACAT is building its Trust fund to enable the...
For climbers
Join our mailing list to receive email updates on important access developments.  Each year we will also send you Aotearoa Climbing Access Trust’s annual report and an invitation to attend our Annual General Meeting. We will automatically add you to our mailing list when you donate to ACAT through our website. You can easily unsubscribe...
For climbers
ACAT plans to provide a central repository of crag access information that will be consistently and reliably updated. To help us do this, keep others up to date, and help us manage issues as they arise, you can report crag access issues below. We also encourage you to update access information on ClimbNZ and theCrag, if you are able.
For climbers
Before you visit a crag, you should check the current access requirements – especially if it has been months or years since your last visit. Access requirements for crags may change quickly and unexpectedly depending on many factors, including farm/forestry activity, road closures, objective hazards, and even the behaviour of other...