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Published on Oct 21, 2015
Weekend wild camping expedition, Howgill Fells, October 2015. Sedbergh, Winder, Arant Haw, Calders, The Calf, Fell Head, Cautley Spout and Great Dummacks.
All land in England & Wales is privately owned, and landowner's permission should be sought to camp on private land. That said, wild camping in the mountains is a tolerated tradition as long as it is undertaken responsibly. Camp late, leave early; camp high amongst the mountains (at least 600m asl); small group sizes; camp discreetly; leave absolutely no trace (no fires, take all rubbish out with you); move on if asked to do so. It is an amazing outdoor experience, but one that requires the utmost respect for the very place you are seeking to find.
TeamWalking - Hill Skills, Outdoor Adventures and Team Events, with Mark Reid (author of 'The Inn Way' guidebooks and Mountain Leader)