You know, this question always comes up when I read wonderful trip reports about hikes like the Appalachian Trail - which surely must cross a lot of private land. Now, I'm sure this is probably a pretty obvious trail and there isn't any problem there. But when people leave it to find the next village to buy some food etc. they should theoretically be trespassing every once in a while. I suppose that the Appalachian Trail isn't the best example because landowners would probably be used to hikers but there are lots of other nice places worth hiking to - like ghost towns, forests or even karst ridges.
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