While wild camping is illegal in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, it’s legal in Scotland.
Speaking to Express.co.uk, David Riley, who goes out on wild camp whenever he has a chance, explained.
David said: “Most of my camping is within Scotland and within Scotland you have the right to roam.”
He continued: “So that doesn’t necessarily give you the right to camp as such.
“The majority of people in the community that I’m involved in follow an unwritten rule: never stay in one place for too long, never more than one or two nights if you can.
“If it’s obvious that there’s a landowner, you can try and get their permission but that’s not necessarily required.
“I think at the end of day, from my perspective it’s having respect.
“I would never camp in a field that had livestock or animals in.”
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