Lemmenjoki National Park

Boating Hiking Sights and scenery Walk on a nature trail Ski cross-country off trails Fishing Canoeing Vist a Nature Centre
The Emblem of Lemmenjoki National Park - WolverineThe legendary River Lemmenjoki leads into the homelands of Lapland's indigenous Sámi People. Experience the wilds and try panning for gold on a guided river trip. Tuck into tasty reindeer stew as you scan the night sky for the Northern Lights in winter, or bathe in the rays of the Midnight Sun in summer. Finland's largest national park has plenty of wild places to explore off the beaten track.

A Wild River Valley among Windswept Arctic Fells in Finland's Largest National Park 

Location of Lemmenjoki National Park in Finland

Location: Northern Lapland in the municipalities of Inari (www.inari.fi) and Kittilä (www.kittila.fi). Read more

Arrival: By car and public transportation. Read more

Activities: Boating, trekking, sightseeing. Read more

Sights: The river valley surrounded by forest wilderness and rugged fells, old housing and hunting grounds of the Sámi people, and the legendary gold-digging area. Read more

Suitability: Day trippers and more experienced hikers. Read more

Services: A wide variety of services year-round. Sámi Museum and Northern Lapland Nature Centre Siida, wilderness and reservation huts, camping sites, campfire sites, and dry toilets. Services of cooperating partners are also available. Read more

Trails: Marked trails and nature trails (60 km). Read more

The area is managed by Metsähallitus, Parks & Wildlife Finland, address: Inarintie, FI-99870 Inari, Finland.

This is the web page www.nationalparks.fi/lemmenjoki

Customer service

Northern Lapland Nature Centre Siida
Tel. int. +358 206 39 7740


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