We support the right to 'wild camp' on Dartmoor and in other National Parks across England & Wales.
We believe the High Court ruling in the Alexander Darwall case against Dartmoor National Park is just the latest in a string of assaults on public access to the countryside, and sets a dangerous precedent.
We support the 'leave no trace' code, and we support education, so that those who have less experience of the outdoors and a wilderness like Dartmoor, can learn how to respect it when they visit.
We do not believe any one individual has the right to curtail the freedom of others to camp out under the stars, to watch the sun rise over a deserted moor, to be able to wonder at our place in the universe and the magic of nature.
We support the Dartmoor National Park Authority in its appeal against the ruling.
Dartmoor must remain accessible and open to all.