Wales and Scotland both have equally wild parts to them, but should they be on a level ground when it comes to wild camping?
Following the Land Reform Act of 2003, campers in Scotland are permitted to pitch on any unenclosed land that they choose. In Wales, wild camping is only allowed in parts of Snowdonia and the Brecon Beacons. This is also only when a code of conduct has been followed: permission should be granted from the landowner and campers must pitch late and leave early.
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