Tourists visiting Australia's Uluru, or Ayers Rock, have long faced an ethical dilemma: to climb or not to climb?
But soon, this will no longer be a question for the 300,000 visitors who travel each year to the 348m high rock in the remote centre of the country. From October next year, climbing will be banned after the local administrative authority finally agreed late last year to the requests of local Aborigines, who regard it as a sacred site.
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