/ NEWS: Wales to Get Scottish Style Right to Roam?
Did you know that there's no legal right to climb on the sea cliffs at Gogarth? Have you ever run into no entry signs in the Welsh hills? Well change may be afoot. The Welsh government is currently reviewing legislation surrounding access, and there's a chance this could result in a Scottish style freedom to roam, say the BMC.
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