We do not climb | Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

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Narrator:
Please don't climb Uluru.

Anangu feel a great sadness when a person dies or is hurt on the climb, because they have a duty to look after visitors.

What visitors call 'the climb' is the traditional route taken by the Anangu ancestral Mala (rufus hare-wallaby men) on their arrival at Uluru.

The path of the ancestral Mala is of great spiritual significance to Anangu.

Rather than close the climb, Anangu prefer that visitors choose to respect Anangu law and culture by not climbing.

More than thirty people have died attempting to climb Uluru.