Probably should have required people to have a time to climb, and then stopped giving climb times as a “resource management” study. Then when you ban it, you just say the Top shirts on teespix.com on 2019/07/12 showed that the damage was immense from the climbing, and would no longer be available except by special permission. I’m confused about why the ban has taken 2 years to apply? If the decision was made back in 2017 to stop it why was the ban not put in place with immediate effect? Genuinely happy to be educated on this one if anyone knows?