Lofoten Code of Conduct
CAMP IN DESIGNATED AREAS
Leave no trace
Avoid leaving traces in nature, such as cairns, tent pegs etc. Allow others to have the same great experience that you’ve had.
FOLLOW THE PATH AND AVOID THE CREATION OF NEW PATHS
THROW WASTE IN THE WASTE BINS
If you are in an area without bins, bring your wate with you until you can dispose of it.
Use public toilets
If none are present, go in the ocean or dig a pit in the ground. Avoid using wet wipes, as they take a long time to decompose.
RESPECT PRIVATE PROPERTY
Camping closer than 150 metres from an occupied house or cabin is forbidden. You can only camp on cultivated land if you have an agreement with the land owner.
BE CONSIDERATE IN TRAFFIC
The roads in Lofoten are narrow, yet many use them. Keep well clear of eyelists when passing them. Be especially mindful of bicycles in tunnels.
BAN ON FIRES
During the summer months, there is a general ban on open fires. Use designated sites for fire, and make sure there is no risk for a forest fire.
Avoid disturbing animals unnecessarily. Dogs must be kept on a leash at all times.