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Nordic countries[ edit ] Ancient traces provide evidence of the freedom to roam in many European countries, suggesting such a freedom was once a common norm.
Today, the right to roam has survived in perhaps its purest form in Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. Here the right has been won through practice over hundreds of years  and it is not known when it changed from mere 'common practice' to become a commonly recognised right.
A possible explanation as to why the right has survived mainly in these five countries is that feudalism and serfdom were not established there. Elsewhere in Europe land was gradually enclosed for private use and enjoyment, with commoners' rights for instance, rights to gather fuel or graze animals largely eliminated.
Camping in a forest in Femundsmarka National ParkNorway Today these rights underpin opportunities for outdoor recreation in several of the Nordic countries, providing the opportunity to hike across or camp on another's land e. However, with these rights come responsibilities; that is, an obligation neither to harm, disturb, litter, nor to damage wildlife or crops.
Access rights are most often for travel on foot. Rights Love as the practice of freedom fish, hunt or take any other product are usually constrained by other customs or laws. Building a fire is often prohibited though in Sweden and Norway fires are allowed with proper safety precautions.
Making noise is discouraged. In some countries, putting up a tent in the forest for one night is allowed, but not the use of a caravan. Access does not extend to built up or developed land such as housesgardens and does not necessarily include commercial exploitation of the land.
For example, workers picking berries may be legal only with the landowner's permission. There are some significant differences in the rules of different countries. In Denmarkthere is a more restricted freedom to roam on privately held land.
All dunes and beaches and all publicly owned forests are open to roaming. Uncultivated, unfenced areas are open to daytime roaming irrespective of ownership status. Privately owned forest have access by roads and tracks only.
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Everyone may walk, ski or cycle freely in the countryside where this does not harm the natural environment or the landowner, except in gardens or in the immediate vicinity of people's homes yards.
Fields and plantations, which may easily be harmed, may usually not be crossed except in the winter. One may stay or set up camp temporarily in the countryside, a reasonable distance from homes, pick mineral samples, wild berries, mushrooms and flowers as long as they are not protected species.
One may fish with a rod and line only still watersrow, sail or use a motorboat on waterways with certain restrictionsand swim or bathe in both inland waters and the sea. One can walk, ski and ice fish on frozen lakes, rivers and the sea. Income from selling picked berries or mushrooms is tax-free.
Picking cloudberry may be temporarily restricted to local residents in parts of Lapland. One may not cut down or damage living trees, or collect wood, moss or lichen on other people's property, nor may one light open fires without the landowner's permission except in an emergency.
It is acceptable, however, to use an alcohol burner, wood stove or similar device that has no hot parts touching the ground. One may not disturb the privacy of people's homes by camping too near to them or making too much noise, nor litter, drive motor vehicles off-road without the landowner's permission, or fish excluding angling or hunt without the relevant permits.
However, the exact definition remains mostly uncodified and based on the principle of nulla poena sine lege what is not illegal cannot be punished. September Learn how and when to remove this template message Everyone in Norway enjoys the right of access to, and passage through, uncultivated land in the countryside.
The right is an old consuetudinary law called the allemannsrett lit. In Norway the terms utmark and innmark divide areas where the right to roam is valid utmark, literally something like "land outside [the boundaries]" and where it is invalid or restricted innmark, "land inside [the boundaries]".
The law specifies innmark thoroughly,  and all areas not covered by this definition are defined as utmark, generally speaking uninhabited and uncultivated areas.
Cultivated land may only be crossed when frozen and covered in snow. There are some basic rules that must be followed when camping in Norway: People are allowed to camp at least meters away from the nearest inhabited house or cottage.
Campfires are not allowed in the forest areas from 15 April to 15 September. Tourists are allowed to stay in one spot for only one day. After that, it is necessary to specifically ask for permission from the landowner. This rule excludes the mountains and the national parks.Transforming media into collaborative spaces with video, voice, and text commenting.
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