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Information about the right, or freedom, to roam.
Explains the right of access to most areas of open country in England and Wales, and links to information about where the right applies, closures and restrictions.
A guide to land and paths that are normally available for access on foot in Wales.
Countryside Council for Wales www.ccw.gov.uk/
Walking on access land gives you the chance to enjoy vast areas of England's outdoors without the need to stick to paths. Explains what you can and can't do on access land.
Natural England www.naturalengland.org.uk/
People across England now have approximately 865,000 hectares of land across which they can walk, ramble, run, explore, climb and watch wildlife as they are given the freedom to access land, without having to stay on paths.
Information on access to open country, public rights of way, nature conservation and areas of outstanding natural beauty.
Your rights to access lakes, rivers etc for fishing and other purposes.
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