Pyhä-Luosto National Park

Deep gorges slice through these ancient rugged hills, where you can trek through age-old forests up onto windswept treeless fell-tops. Enjoy Lapland's big skies, lit by the Northern Lights in winter and the Midnight Sun around midsummer. Friendly Siberian jays appear from the woods as if by magic when hikers stop for a picnic. Visit picturesque places that were seen as sacred by the Forest Sámi people who used to live here. Take the epic trail between the park's two most famous fells – Pyhä and Luosto – both within reach of comfortable resort centres.

Splendid Scenic Views from the Trailside

Location: In Sodankylä (, Pelkosenniemi ( in Finnish), and Kemijärvi ( in Eastern Lapland. Read more

Arrival: By car and public transportation. Read more

Activities: Seeing the sights and the views, hiking, and visiting Pyhä-Luosto Visitor and Culture Centre Naava. Read more

Sights: Geological formations, ravines, fell tops, historic sites of the Forest Sámi people, aapa mires, and old forests. Read more

Suitability: Perfect for families with children, and for daytrippers.

Services: A wide variety of services throughout the year: Pyhä-Luosto Visitor and Culture Centre Naava, campfire sites, lean-tos, huts, and dry toilets. Services provided by cooperating partners are also available. Read more

Trails: Summer trails (75 km), suitable for day trips. There is an option of overnight hikes between the two Fell Centres (Luosto-Pyhä, ca. 35 km). Skiing trails in winter (120 km). The Isokuru Trail (10 km) provides a comprehensive picture of the geological specialities of the national park. Read more

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Phone +358 206 39 7302