Adults - €99.00
Children (Ages 4-14) - €49.50
Infants - Free!
Destination: Levi, Lapland
Duration: 4 Hours
The Pallas-Yllästunturi National Park is the third largest wilderness park in Finland and one of the most pristine locations in the world. The park's trails are perfect for both experienced hikers and families with children. Open fell wilderness sceneries, clear watered streams and the thriving local reindeer husbandry tradition make this activity truly memorable. Enjoy a picnic in the in one of the many wilderness huts along the way, while hearing stories told by an experienced wilderness guide.
Guiding in English
Drinks & Snacks
30-Minute Drive Time in Each Direction
Access to the Fell Lapland Visitor Centre
Let's bring out the fishing gear and try catching pikes and graylings of the shallows from the Pöntsöjärvi lake shore, just a few minutes away from the resort. We'll walk around the majestic lake, take photos, make a fire and enjoy warm drinks and snacks.
For 50 years Reijo Raekallio has been painting pictures of everyday life portraying people, reindeer, nature, motion - focusing on the atmosphere and the light. Reijo’s paintings are based on imagination. Both animal and human characters are caricatures. His vivid deep coloured aquarelles have been described magnificently colourist.
The home gallery building - designed by the artist - is a beautiful sight in itself. And inside you will always find a varying exhibition of 100 or so paintings.
Fat Biking is one of the best ways to experience the nature of Lapland.
Ride through the slumbering forest and hills that are lit only by the moon and the millions of stars. You feel connected to the ancient nature. In the fell, we will enjoy some snacks and warm drinks while you wait for the Northern Lights to flare up. With any luck, you get to be witness to a magnificent show as the waving Northern Lights expand across the universe.
Adults - €79.00
Children - €39.50
Infants (Ages 4-12) - Free!
Destination: Levi, Lapland
Duration: 1 Hour
A professional will take you on a 20- to 30-minute ride (approximately 4km) through the silent forest, an experience that is almost mandatory during a trip to Lapland. The eager dogs run at speed, pulling a wagon where there sit up to 4 people. After the ride, it's time for relaxing in the Kota, while enjoying warm berry juice and listen to the most exciting stories the musher has to tell.
Note: Wagon ride is dependent on the weather. On warmer days (more than approximately 7˚C), the huskies are unable to run. On such occasions, this activity is a husky farm visit only.
- Guiding in English
- Husky Wagon Ride
Our experienced guide will take you on an electric fat bike ride through an old pine forest. Later the route follows the banks of a pristine wilderness lake. Electric fat bikes are easy to handle and suitable for everyone. Wide tires provide a safe and stable ride on challenging terrains and the electric power will facilitate steep climbs. These provide an environmentally friendly way to comfortably access isolated wilderness spots.
An unforgettable evening, in which we first head north and do a round trip, passing by either Jerisjärvi or Ounasjoki, wherever the Northern Lights are more likely to flame up that night.
The Aurora Expedition is made in comfort by bus. On the way, we stop to take photos, as we continue to the shore of lake Äkäslompolo.
Grab a reindeer hide, lie down and enjoy an unforgettable experience under the Northern Lights. If the evening is completely calm, you may even hear the whispers of the Northern Lights…