• Jack D.
    05/09/2019 19:29

    you’re roaming about Norway right now!

  • Karl R.
    05/09/2019 13:35

    This is one country I WILL explore this or next year, freedom to roam is a fantastic law as long as non native roamers follow the rules. I will bet my life some won't..... I will enjoy the country I have always wanted to visit at Last the right way.

  • Lois H.
    05/08/2019 21:46

    They do something like this in Scotland or Ireland too. Some kind of unpaved pathways that are maintained by property owners. I think they even pass thru gated pastures and stuff. The walker is just obligated to leave things as found such as closing gates etc. Theres a bunch of cultural things around this, like I think owners leave out travel snacks and there’s good luck things associated with the trails. There’s a whole WPS show on it.

  • Will S.
    05/08/2019 05:56

    take note.

  • Galen K.
    04/17/2019 20:49

    In America we cant fish rivers because someone paid for the ground underneath. Pretty neat huh.

  • Hamish F.
    04/15/2019 18:46

    The same laws and traditions in Scotland, you can roam anywhere

  • Tony L.
    03/31/2019 14:46

    This is great. Only in Nordic countries.

  • Mohd L.
    03/24/2019 05:33

    How I wish I can be there!

  • Edgar I.
    03/14/2019 22:10

    In the Philippines, just like any other countries, you have the right to enjoy nature if..."the price is right"! The oppressed poor significantly has no right. They cannot afford such luxury.

  • Lisa A.
    03/10/2019 10:37

    Shame Norway doesn't extend this philosophy of both enjoying but protecting nature to other countries. The Norwegian Govermnent is more than happy to allow Equinor to drill for oil in the pristine marine ecology of The Great Australian Bight. They are happy to risk a catastrophic oil spill on my beach in my back yard! 😠

  • Michael M.
    03/10/2019 04:14

    I am speechless...

  • Michael M.
    03/10/2019 03:51

    In America we call it homelessness.

  • Judy L.
    03/09/2019 21:58

    Fun Fact: that's the name of the Swedish meatballs in IKEA, too

  • Tina G.
    03/09/2019 16:20


  • Selman A.
    03/08/2019 14:31

    bunu yollamismiydim daha ??olsun bidaha bak

  • Victoria A.
    03/08/2019 13:20

    right lets go

  • Heather B.
    03/08/2019 13:10

    So much of UK countryside is privately owned and not open to public that the few places that are open take a lot of pressure of wear and tear because most of the countryside is 'closed ' -and not well maintained- huge tracts are given over to grouse rearing for the killing parties , for example , with species which prey on grouse hunted down, ditto pheasant rearing .

  • Azhar S.
    03/08/2019 11:37

    its just that these nations are aware that only good education will sustain the nation ... the rest of the world are still developing for the capitalist / somebody

  • Annabella L.
    03/07/2019 01:12

    yep and in Briton that was all taken away from us. the Celts used to have this law to. but now it's all been taken in greedy land grabs over the years.

  • Senectus S.
    03/06/2019 23:12

    The federal government and state governments in America own 60% of the land. You can "roam" on any of it. Why is this even a story?