BOULDERS blocking a South Crosland track have angered an off-road driver demanding they be removed.
The byway off Sandy Lane has been shut off for weeks.
Tony Vangrove, a 4 x 4 enthusiast, is furious the situation has been allowed to drag on.
"It has been blocked for over a month," said Mr Vangrove.
"It's a byway open to all traffic and there are not many about."
He estimated that in the whole of Kirklees there were just five miles of such byways. The track from Sandy Lane heads to a main road a mile away.
"It's an illegal act to block them but nobody seems to have done anything about it.
"Of all the byways in England probably half of half of one percent are legal for all traffic. You lose one and you lose quite a chunk.
"If I parked my car in the middle of a road I would be arrested and it would be towed away but they have done nothing about these blocks."
Mr Vangrove, of Honley, has been driving off-road vehicles for three years.
A Kirklees Council spokesman replied: "We will establish who the blocks belong to. We are contacting the land owner.
"In normal circumstances, where there's an obstruction on land, we contact the owner in the first instance."