The crag lies in an SSSI. Natural England are happy for climbing to take place here provided that the following rules are respected:
1) No gardening / vegetation removal.
2) Routes should be examined carefully for evidence of nesting birds before climbing. Do not climb a route if there appear to be birds nesting nearby and retreat if nesting birds are inadvertently encountered. Inform Natural England if Peregrine Falcons, Ring Ouzel or Merlin are encountered in the vicinity of the crag. You can contact Natural England via the crag moderator on email@example.com - am happy to talk to Natural England on behalf of other climbers.
A voluntary agreement has been made that climbers should restrict their activities to the parts of this crag (and neighbouring Hangingstone scar) indicated in the linked photo:
Parking and Approach
Parking for several vehicles is available in a layby on the B6259 about 1 km south of Outhgill, where the "Pennine journey" bridleway crosses the road. To approach the crag, follow the bridleway in the south-easterly direction for about 500m then turn left to head directly uphill. There are two tiers, the lower (Low Loven Scar) has no worthwhile climbing. Head either way round the lower tier to reach the upper tier, High Loven Scar.