Tabnabs wrote: »
Been caught by the Rangers near Glendalough, ratted out by horse riders who could see our tents over the trees. Very polite and we promised to leave the next day, no issues.
John_Rambo wrote: »
We bivouacked on a hike in a forest on a long overnight hike. When we woke up there were marksmen culling goats. They'd arrived at eight in the morning and put signs up at all the entryways. Of course we were already in the forest and they went nuts at us. Really freaked out at us.
They calmed down when they realised we were there overnight. All ended well. After all, they were concerned with our safety and thought we walked by signs.
iwillhtfu wrote: »
OP what is your understanding of wild camping?
The wild camping facebook groups are ruining wild camping for a lot of genuine wild campers. The number one question other than location broadcast for the world to see is can I park the car nearby? In other words I plan on pitching a massive 8 man tent lighting a bonfire and getting pissed then upset when someone asks me to pack up and leave.