There’s nothing like sitting around a roaring campfire after a day of adventuring, swapping stories and soaking in the warmth of the dancing flames. We know, and we couldn’t agree more. But lighting a fire outside is something that can be heavily regulated, especially as the warm summer months and dry season approaches.
In Norway, for instance, campfires are generally banned in or near forested areas from the 15th of April to the 15th of September. In Denmark, open fire in the forest is generally not allowed, and thus you always use one of the special campfire sites, or ask the forester where it is safe to light a fire. Lighting a fire must be supervised at all times.
As a part of the Campanyon community, we ask that you do your part to protect nature by educating yourself on current campfire regulations wherever you decide to hang your hat and stargaze for the night.