Exclusions & Restrictions
The CROW Act also gave landowners and managers the right to exlude or restrict access when necessary for land management, nature conservation or in the interests of public safety.
Landowners and managers can restrict access, at their own discretion, for 28 days a year, though not on:
They must notify the Snowdonia National Park Authority, which is the “Relevant Authority” under the Act, of these Exclusions and Restrictions, and the Authority must let the public know of their existence. This is done by placing the information on:
Landowners and managers can also apply to the Snowdonia National Park Authority for additional Exclusions and Restrictions. If the application is successful, the Authority will publicise its existence to the public on the same website.
There are Currently No Restrictions in Place.