A row over public access to one of Dartmoor's most famous tors continues on Saturday with a demonstration.
Vixen Tor has been closed to the public since May 2003
Campaigners are meeting at Vixen Tor following a clash between locals and climbers earlier this month which led to two arrests.
The tor, at Merrivale, has been the subject of controversy since it was closed to the public in 2003 by its owner Mary Alford.
She said she feared being held liable for any accidents at the site.
Series of protests
She put up barbed wire fences and Keep Out signs on the land after 30 years of public access.
It was then listed for public access under the Right to Roam legislation but the owner appealed against that and won.
There have been a series of protests and mass trespasses and an alleged altercation between climbers and local residents earlier this month.
Following the incident, a 31-year-old from Tavistock was charged with assault and a 57-year-old man from north Devon with criminal damage. Both men are due to appear before Plymouth Magistrates' Court in October.
Mrs Alford has issued a statement via her lawyers calling on the protesters not to trespass on her land.