Being in nature is part of life here

The Arctic fells are a mesmerising experience in any season. Enontekiö has it all for hiking: everyone from beginner to expert can enjoy the sand dunes as well as the majestic fells. Experience our Northern trails however you like – be it on foot, ski, canoe or mountain bike

Hiking trails

Hiking trails

You’re never going to run out of places to hike in Enontekiö. We have everything from kid-friendly nature paths to demanding wilderness epics.

Ski Tracks

Enontekiö has hundreds of kilometres of ski tracks. Backcountry skis let you explore the snowy wilderness to your heart’s content.

Ski Tracks

Snowshoeing Trails

Snowshoeing Trails

When the snow surface freezes in the spring, you can go almost anywhere – as long as you know how to read a map. Be prepared and bring a compass, snacks and warm clothes as well.

Mountain Biking Trails

Most of the hiking and wilderness trails in Enontekiö are suitable for mountain biking. Have you tried bikepacking yet?

Mountain Biking Trails

Winter Biking

Winter Biking

The wide tires on your fatbike roll effortlessly on the ice towards a lakeside campfire. Many of the winter trails in Enontekiö are also open to cyclists.

Paddling Routes

“Enontekiö” means the source of great rivers. It’s no surprise that the region has fantastic paddling routes for beginners and experienced paddlers alike.

Paddling Routes

Resources for planning your trip

Guided Tours

Enontekiö is known for its vast wilderness where hikers need expertise, experience and special gear.

Guided Tours

Equipment Rentals

Equipment Rentals

Adventure awaits, but you lack the equipment? Don’t worry, we’re here to help.

Tourist Information

Is there snow on the Hetta-Pallas Trail? How high is the summit of Saana? Where can I rent fatbikes? Don’t worry, Tourist Information has all the answers.

Tourist Information