WHAT WE DO

SUMMER

In summer we organise tours to
Pallas-Yllästunturi National Park. Hiking, cycling or canoeing, choice is yours! Enjoy nightless nights with never setting sun on the magnificent fells or clear waters. Later on the summer you can pick your own lunch from pure Lappish nature, mushrooms and berries which go together with fresh fish from our fishing trip. This food will feed your body and soul. And when we go towards autumn and the dark nights start again we also make trips to admire the Northern Lights.

WINTER

When the white snow covers the land it is time to  dig out winter clothes, snowshoes and ice fishing gear! In mid winter we operate mainly in Levi enjoying peace and silence of midwinter.  When sun shines again and you can fell the spring around the corner it is time to head a bit further. This is the best to go exploring Lapland. My favourite regions are lakr Inarijärvi and Finland's wild northwestern arm – Käsivarsi – which has Finland's most mountainous scenery. Both areas are great places for ice fishing.

 
 

ABOUT US

 
 

Arctic Break

katri.palosaari@levi.fi

+358 (0)408346484

Oy Lapland Experience Ltd

2642403-9

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FINLAND'S HIGHEST TOPS IN THE WILD FAR NORTH

Finland's wild northwestern arm – Käsivarsi – has the country's most mountainous scenery. Halti Fell, the highest peak  in Finland, can be reached all year round along the challenging Nordkalottleden Trail. A shorter walk from Kilpisjärvi  village takes you to the top of the iconic Saana Fell. Rare arctic and mountain plants and animals thrive amid  Käsivarsi's splendid scenery. Grayling and arctic charr rise to the bait in the region's fine fishing waters.  

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THE FRESH CLASSICS OF THE FELLS

Trek from hilltop to hilltop on the arctic fells, enjoy bright summer nights and lodge in the welcoming villages below. Breathe deeply, enjoying the purest air in the world and dream under the dark winter skies and Northern Lights!

Please see also Pallas Yllästunturi National Park rules and instructions