#WildCamping in the UK is a mysterious and wonderful thing!
The UK has almost no open public land, legal permissions to camp nor support for those seeking to connect with nature beyond a fleeting visit. So, how do you find a spot to hit PAUSE, make a brew or even lay your head?
Here, I hope to just give a little intro into how I recon areas. I share the tools I use & give a ‘dangerous’ 😉 glimpse at my mindset when I’m rustling among the trees.
I just hope it’s of interest to experienced and inexperienced wild campers alike. I’m no expert nor is this an attempt to educate, it’s just me sharing my personal routine 👍 I hope it might help motivate someone to pick up a backpack to head out & just explore 🗺
I generally adopt a late in, early out policy & ALWAYS treat the areas I visit with total respect. #LeaveNoTrace – goes without saying, but what helps me camp with a clear conscience is the empty bag I always take with me 👜
Picking up the litter is a great way to make friends! Land owners 🧐 sometimes appreciate the kind help. Rangers 🤠 realise your a sincere outdoors person with the best interests of the area at heart & even if they still turf you off their land, hopefully they realise your love for the great outdoors & let you move on quietly (shhhh half a mile down the road) & in peace 👊
Always put your safety & the safety of others first! The #outdoors can be a dangerous place with unexpected surprises around every corner! So, PLEASE! don’t venture deep or remote until your clear about all aspects of personal safety, essential first aid & know what your actions will be in case of an emergency.
Have fun! Stay safe! & please leave a like, comment and if you want more of this stuff, a sub would be most epic 👍😉 Thank you!
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