• Abbey W.
    07/14/2020 05:17


  • Chuck R.
    04/04/2020 04:00

    Same law in Scotland as long as you do no damage you have the right to roam and wild camp

  • Donna K.
    04/02/2020 08:13

    II want to go here 💞

  • Doris W.
    03/29/2020 13:52


  • Karlee M.
    03/18/2020 13:38


  • Seyithan Z.
    03/16/2020 23:16


  • Mike I.
    03/16/2020 21:40

    Sounds like an Ideal place to be

  • Je R.
    03/15/2020 22:57


  • Bruce F.
    03/15/2020 18:59

    That’s crazy, that’s a law that would not be accepted at all in the UK, but I have seen loads of space on there were immigrants can go instead of coming to the UK - on that video - and will suggest it to the local government.

  • Nurdin K.
    03/15/2020 18:57


  • Marcela B.
    03/14/2020 18:12


  • Ryan M.
    03/04/2020 00:41

    Scotland has this

  • Ben S.
    02/15/2020 16:54

    sooo.... when we goin??

  • Joshua W.
    02/14/2020 20:24


  • Elizabeth W.
    02/11/2020 12:45

    these need to go on the top of the list

  • Amanda M.
    01/21/2020 23:08

    Lua Fernandez isso aqui que falei

  • Florent B.
    11/22/2019 17:21

    ce que je te disais l'autre fois fra

  • Kate E.
    06/27/2019 08:56

    this is so cool

  • Jimmy R.
    05/20/2019 14:09

    I hope to visit there

  • Daniel E.
    02/27/2019 22:33

    In Finland, Sweden and Norway, anyone has the "right to enjoy nature". And this right even has a name. . . "In Sweden we have this thing called, "Freedom to Roam." It's a Right, protected by the Law that allows me to sleep and eat and walk pretty much where ever I want." It's called "allemensratten" in Sweden, It's called "jokamiehenoikeus" in Finland . . . It's called "allemannsretten" in Norway. It means "freedom to roam"--the right of anyone to enjoy nature. These 3 Nordic countries are home to vast wilderness areas: 450,000 lakes in Norway, 180,000 in Finland, 96,000 in Sweden. Forests cover 35% to 65% of these countries. The "Freedom to Roam" gives everyone certain rights--even on private property. 1. To travel by foot, horse, ski, bike or boat. 2. To pick berries flowers and mushrooms. 3. to camp for at least one night and to build campfires in some cases. "But it's also an obligation to take care of both the nature, and if you reach somebody's lot you should be out of sight and out of hearing distance.". .. --Peder Curman--guide at Tyresta National Park, (Sweden) But there are conditions: keep your distance from houses, leave no litter behind, These Rights come from ancient traditions. Today they are part of the law, and have even been part of the Swedish Constitution since 1994.--From Brut:Nature

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