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Finally – the first CliffCare blog post!

Thought it was  time to stop pfaffing about with what will work, what might work, what won’t work, can I change the header, how many colours and just get the CliffCare blog and website up and coming.  It can be a work in progress and one that I hope all of the climbing community will contribute to.

And we can then decide together what works, what doesn’t, what header, blah, blah,blah. Actually I’m quite excited about this and hope that it works as well as what it should. The more information that gets out to the community the better.  The better informed we are means more success in gaining and maintaining access to the areas we love to climb at.

The aim of the CliffCare Victoria website blog is to cover all the access issues and information of all the Victorian cliffs, all on one site. As soon as any new information comes in, the website will be updated within the week.  So you can be sure that it’s up to date. All cliffs will have a basic outline of the cliff and its rules or suggested guidelines and then following on from that any access restrictions or issues currently in place or even those that could be a future problem.

As I said it’s a work in progress.  Gotta go now…but not for long.  Heaps of work to do on the new site and filling in all the gaps.  Make a comment if there is something you would like to see on the site.


Tracey – VCC Access & Environment Officer

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