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Mobile Phone Coverage
Although Finland has a broad network for mobile phones, there are some areas along the Inarijärvi lake area without signal. There may also be some smaller spots where there is interference. If this happens try to climb to a higher place or go into an open area. It may be worth removing the SIM card from your phone and then trying again to make emergency call. Different phones also differ in their coverage.
We recommend that you keep your mobile phone warm at all times and take along food and drink. Certain phone models do not work when the temperature falls below zero. You should therefore let someone know your planned route. To keep your mobile phone charged, bring along a spare power source, a spare battery or an old phone with a working battery.
Keep your mobile (and matches) in a waterproof box in your pocket.
Do not set off without a boating map and a compass.
Always wear a life jacket when canoeing.
The water in the lake is cold, so take care not to end up in the water. Even good swimming skills do not guard against hypothermia.
Make sure that there is some rope, fixing tools and a spare paddle in your kayak.
Take enough warm and windproof clothing with you, including warm headgear and gloves. Rubber mittens keep the inner gloves dry. Pack your clothes in a waterproof package.
Take mosquito repellent with you.
Make sure you pack a first-aid kit.
Inform your family, friends or the Siida Northern Lapland Nature Centre of your route plan. Also remember to let them know when you will return. Write your name and the planned route in the guestbook at the open wilderness huts, as this information is helpful if you get lost.
Note that you are travelling in a wide lake wilderness area where it takes time to get any help. The general emergency number for all emergencies is 112.