Enontekiö is a place where ancient trails, people, stories and local cultures meet. Our cultural destinations will introduce you to Enontekiö’s history, people, traditions and nature.
Legendary Kilpisjärvi is a small yet vibrant village at the very top of Finland, close to the Norwegian border. The beautiful lakeside is dominated by the mighty Saana fell. The other great fells of Finland and the mountains of Norway are in the distance.
Located right next to the Pallas-Yllästunturi National Park and Lake Ounasjärvi, the village of Hetta is known for its lively atmosphere. Being the regional hub of Enontekiö, Hetta is the perfect basecamp for all kinds of adventures and experiences in nature.
There are a total of 26 villages in Enontekiö. They all have their own, unique character and scenery. Take a tour of the villages and learn more about these charming hamlets.
Enontekiö has been inhabited since time immemorial. Living in these Arctic surroundings requires collaboration across borders, grit, humour, patience and sincerity.
Nature is everything here: without it, there is no culture either. Living off the land, nomadic culture and the Sámi way of life are all present in the traditions and everyday life of Enontekiö.
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The Arctic Wilderness is a tempting challenge for experienced hikers. Here, you can travel for days without seeing another human being.
Enontekiö is full of wonders that are unique to Finland. Enjoy the trails that run among stunning fell nature and take in the Arctic with every breath.
We have clean air, clear waters and room to breathe. When you're out and about in Enontekiö, do remember that while the environment may seem barren, it's actually full of life. You’re in someone’s home: the local people, animals and plants all co-exist here.