The Arctic summer is full of life. All the flowers, birds and critters blossom in the Midnight Sun. Come to Enontekiö and experience Lapland’s summer on foot, bike or canoe.
You’re never going to run out of places to hike in Enontekiö. There’s everything from kid-friendly nature paths to demanding wilderness epics – the legendary Hetta-Pallas Trail is our number one draw.
Have the ride of your life in Enontekiö’s highlands and forests! Our diverse trails are some of the best in Finland.
“Enontekiö” means the source of great rivers. Our wilderness holds both gentle streams and fierce rapids.
Our birdwatching towers offer a glimpse into Arctic birdlife in all its variety and bustle.
Enontekiö’s crystal-clear waters are an unforgettable experience, no matter the catch.
The Arctic wilderness is a tempting challenge for experienced hikers. There are four wilderness areas in Enontekiö: Käsivarsi, Tarvantovaara, Pöyrisjärvi and Pulju. Each has its own character and biome.
There are 26 villages in Enontekiö and they’re all unique. How many will you visit this summer?
Would you like to have your own cottage by the fells? Nothing beats coming back to a warm cabin after a long day. Get something cosy or luxurious – it’s your choice.
Our modern caravan parks have services from saunas to kitchens. Some also welcome tents.
Adventure may await, but the friendly staff at our hotels will wait on you. Enjoy the modern luxuries but worry not, as you’ll be on the hiking trails as soon as you’re out the door.
Accommodation alone can be quite an experience here. You can spend your night in a wilderness hut and listen to the stove’s crackle or just as well admire the Midnight Sun in a glass igloo.
Would you like to test an e-fatbike or whitewater paddling? Don’t worry, our rental shops will take care of your every need!
Guided tours give you a chance to safely experience the Arctic while learning more about our unique nature. Our local guides can take you to the wilderness as well as the nearby nature.
Where can I set up my tent at Hetta-Pallas trail? How high is the summit of Saana? Where can I rent fatbikes? The Visitor Centres’ Tourist Information will be your best friend when planning outdoor adventures.