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In Nordic countries, everyone has the "freedom to roam"

In Finland, Sweden and Norway, there's a thing called "freedom to roam". It's actually a right protected by the law.

05/18/2018 10:11 AM

5792 comments

  • Philmore B.
    07/19/2021 05:56

    this is for us

  • Todd F.
    07/13/2021 23:16

    This wouldn't work in the US. People would get shot. And the land would be trashed

  • Babu K.
    02/25/2021 22:16

    👍

  • 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 💞

  • 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

    Sarah

  • Elizabeth W.
    02/11/2020 12:45

    these need to go on the top of the list

  • Kayla E.
    02/02/2020 04:28

    I wanna go.

  • Benn U.
    02/01/2020 01:06

    i-love-you BRUT,,, all of you,, 💘💘💘💘

  • Mark H.
    02/01/2020 00:56

    There is lots of land to roam, just go north of Barrie, Ontario. No need to camp on my front yard.

  • Mike B.
    01/31/2020 20:29

    Obtaining visas to visit these "freedom to roam" countries with my family would be a dream come true

  • Simon P.
    01/31/2020 18:38

    den day seven lol

  • Cornelia S.
    01/31/2020 18:37

    And it means also that they respect absolutely their nature.

  • Yu W.
    01/31/2020 18:22

    Increase the population and see what happens next. These countries are they way they are because of less population

  • Lariang S.
    01/31/2020 18:08

    sir look

  • Fayek R.
    01/31/2020 16:43

    في اسكندرية منعوا الشعب يري البحر

  • Sison N.
    01/31/2020 16:04

    Wow nice @ beautiful places!