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Wild Nights Out - Responsible Camping and the Law

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 UKH Articles 07 Jun 2011
On the west coast of Scotland (pick your own spot, there's a few to choose from), 3 kbDan Bailey packs an overnight bag to explore the legal complexities of wild camping in different parts of the UK, and some basic dos and don'ts.

Read more at http://www.ukhillwalking.com/articles/page.php?id=3791
ccmm 10 Jun 2011
In reply to UKH Articles:

Good article Dan.

" Since similar problems occur at roadside locations elsewhere in the Highlands it's a fair bet that there will be wide interest in the results of the Loch Lomond experiment."

I've heard that Loch Lubnaig and Loch Earn are high on the list of areas currently under scrutiny from those involved in implementing the Loch Lomond experiment.
In reply to Craig Mc: Yes, I guess it'll be a distinct possibility if L.Lomond proves a 'success'
feepole 22 Jun 2011
In reply to Craig Mc:

Also enjoyed the article.

I do wonder what the rangers around Loch Lomond would really do if they found a genuine outdoors person lightweight camping discreetly for a single night within the area of the ban. They can't be seen to be having different laws for different people, but I kind of like to think they would turn a blind eye....

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