The one thing that makes Norway affordable to us is the ability to camp for free anywhwere, provided we are 150 metres from a dwelling and we stay for no more than two nights. This is known as 'Allemansretter' in Norway - everyman's right. And so, every evening, when we are starting to feel tired of cycling, we start looking for a spot to pitch our tent. The joke is that although Norway only has 5 million inhabitants, they all have a cabin in the back country and they live very spread out. Thus, trying to camp more than 150 metres from a dwelling isn't always as easy as the map suggests.
A good camping place can make the day.