The Right of Public Access

The Right of Public Access (‘Allemansrätt’) gives you the right to roam the countryside in Sweden in perfect peace and quiet without someone saying: “get off my land”, unless you stomp all over someone’s back garden or trample all over a farmer’s cultivated field that is.

  • Sarek in Swedish Lapland
  • Blueberry picking in Swedish forrest
  • Blekinge archipelago
  • Skating at lake Siljan in Dalarna
  • Dog sledding in Swedish Lapland
  • Lake Immeln in Kristianstad, Skåne
  • Midnight camping

Sarek in Swedish Lapland

When you are in Sweden you have the right to walk, cycle, ride, ski and camp on any land with the exception of private gardens, near a dwelling house or land under cultivation. Sweden’s natural wonders; Swedish Lapland, the Swedish mountains, coastlines and archipelagoes are waiting for you to come and discover them.

So come to Sweden and claim your right to enjoy the sights and sounds of Sweden’s great outdoors on your terms.

When?

Year-round

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