Wild debate over wild camping

Wild camping when practiced carefully and sensitively and in the right place with due respect for the landscape is a pleasure we ought to cherish. But it can cause conflict when numbers get too big, is concentrated in popular areas and is (sometimes) accompanied by antisocial behaviour. An article by Cameron McNeish in response to Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park’s response to problems in popular loch-side camping areas has opened up a wider debate…

Cameron’s article: http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/news/proposed-loch-lomond-bylaws-are-shameful-and-unnecessary/0012260/

and the Park’s response: http://www.thisisyourpark.org.uk/the-real-situation-on-the-ground/

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