4996 comments

  • Babu K.
    02/25/2021 22:16

    👍

  • Abbey W.
    07/14/2020 05:17

    đŸŒČ

  • 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

    J

  • Karlee M.
    03/18/2020 13:38

    😍

  • Seyithan Z.
    03/16/2020 23:16

    https://youtu.be/NJrReQD__LM

  • 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

  • Florent B.
    11/22/2019 17:21

    ce que je te disais l'autre fois fra

  • Jimmy R.
    05/20/2019 14:09

    I hope to visit there

  • 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.

  • Hamish F.
    04/15/2019 18:46

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

  • ŰȘوني ن.
    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.

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