/ wild camping in the peak district????
Of the course you can do it! Out of sight, pitch no earlier than sunset, leave by sunrise, and leave no trace.
Wild camping isn't 'allowed' without owners permission anywhere in England , or Wales, I think, except Dartmoor. What is tolerated, or what you can get away with, is another matter.
If you could tell they had been wild camping then they haven't done it properly! leave no trace...
Irrespective of whether you chose to wild camp, fires are a no-no
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