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The Right to Ramble

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It is not possession of the land, but of the landscape, that he enjoys; and as for that, all the wild parts of the earth are his, by a title that carries with it no obligation but that he shall not desecrate nor lay them waste.

— Kephardt, Camping and Woodcraft (1917), p. 21

The Shropshire Right to Ramble and a few notes on the Stiperstones

The age-old right to ramble in England involves tracks straight through a farmer's field as described in this video from the Shropshire Star, July, 2008. The battle is on in Shropshire and the lads may give crowns and pounds and guineas away but not their right to ramble.

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