We want to hear about your experience climbing at Mt Bradley. The Rod Donald Banks Peninsula Trust has recently purchased Te Ahu Pātiki, a large block of land that includes Mt Bradley. They have brought the land into public ownership and plan to protect and enhance the biodiversity of the area, with their partners Te Hapū o Ngāti Wheke Inc and Orton Bradley Park. The Aotearoa Climbing Access Trust is discussing the future of climbing at Mt Bradley with the new owners. If you've ever climbed on Mt Bradley please take a minute to tell us about your experience and share any ideas you have. We are keen to get climber input so that we can represent climber's interests in our discussions with the owners.

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* 1. When was the last time you climbed at Mt Bradley? (year is fine)

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* 2. What are your favourite climb/s on Mt Bradley?

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* 3. What would you say are the most classic route/s?

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* 4. Would a change in access (ie. better tracks) mean you are more likely to go? What would help?

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* 5. Would you be interested in pitching in for a conservation working bee at the park?

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* 6. Do you have any photos from Mt Bradley climbing that you'd be willing to share with us for supporting our access discussions and promotion (with attributions)? Please send it to us now: admin@acat.org.nz and if you have any further comments add them below

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