You rely in the Right of Public Access whenever you go out in the Swedish countryside - whether it is to take a walk, go kayaking, climb a mountain or just sit down on a rock to think. The Right of Public Access is a unique institution. It gives us all the freedom to roam the countryside. But we must also take care of nature and wildlife, and we must show consideration for landowners and for other people enjoying the countryside. In other words: Don't disturb - don't destroy!
The Swedish environmental protection agency withholds more detailed information about the Right of Public Access.