English protestors win the right to wild camp in Dartmoor. Where in Europe is it still legal?

A ban on wild camping in the UK’s Dartmoor National Park has been lifted after a successful appeal by locals.

Wild camping is now allowed in England’s Dartmoor National Park after campaigners won a court battle against a wealthy landowner.

The park in Devon is the last place where wild camping is legal in England and Wales without the permission of a landowner.

But in January, this right was taken away when a court ruled in favour of the owner of a vast Dartmouth estate who challenged it in court.

Right to Roam campaigners slammed the ruling as a “tragedy” and promised to “go to war” to challenge it.

“[We will] launch a ferocious campaign

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