I'm sure that we all agree that the British Isles are far too heavily populated to allow far any 'real' wilderness areas but where do you think are the best of them?
'Wilderness' can be interpreted in a number of different ways, what do you think of when you think of 'wilderness' and what do you hope to realistically encounter when you visit them?
For me 'wilderness' conjures up thoughts of vast expanses of woodland, untouched by man since the beginning. This is possibly only realistic in the forests of New England, the Rockies, Norway, or Russia, the jungle just doesn't do it for me.:roll: However I would hope to be able to walk for a few days on the moors without seeing anyone, practice some bushcraft and not encountering any large sources of interference by man. Where is this possible in the UK?
Thanks for your input.:wink: