The right to roam has long been recognized in Finland, Norway, and Sweden. Known as the allemansraat (“everyman’s right”) in Sweden, it entitles everyone to hike across or camp in the countryside on the property of another as long as they do not damage the land, interfere with the owner’s use, or intrude on the privacy of owners and occupants.
Singer, Berger, Davidson, Panalver. Property Law: Rules, Policies, and Practices, page 16. Wolters Kluwer publishing, 6th Ed. 2014.