Pallas-Yllästunturi National Park

Ski cross-country on maintained trails Ski cross-country off trails Hiking Biking Geocaching Fishing Birdwatching Visit a Nature Centre Walk on a nature trail Pick berries and mushrooms Canoeing Sights and scenery

The Emblem of Pallas-Yllästunturi National Park - Snow Bunting

Trek from hilltop to hilltop through the arctic fells along Finland's first hiking trail. Here you can enjoy hiking or skiing through the wilds, but still find welcoming lodgings for comfortable overnight stays in historic Lappish villages. This part of Lapland has the freshest air in the world. On dark nights look out for the amazing Northern Lights

Enjoy World's Cleanest Air in the Fells of Finnish Lapland

Location of Pallas-Yllästunturi National Park in Finland

Location: In the municipalities of Enontekiö (, in Finnish), Kittilä (, Kolari (, in Finnish), and Muonio (, in Finnish) in Western Lapland. Read more

Arrival: By car and public transportation. Read more

Activities: Skiing, trekking, and cross-country skiing. Read more

Sights: Fell nature and landscape, northern lights, sunny spring, midnight sun, and autumn colours. Read more

Suitability: Suitable for families with children, inexperienced and experienced hikers, trekkers, skiers, and cyclists.Read more

Services: Year-round services. Campfire sites, cafés, lean-tos, Lappish tepees, and wilderness, reservation, and rental huts. Three Visitor Centres assist in the planning of the trip and direct the visitors to the best destinations. Services of cooperating partners are also available. Read more

Trails: Marked summer trails (350 km) and skiing trails (over 500 km). There are 17 marked nature trails (1-17 km), four long hiking trails (50-72 km), and the Fell Lapland trail network. Read more

The Pallas-Yllästunturi area is managed by Metsähallitus, Parks & Wildlife Finland, Lapland, Pilke, Ounasjoentie 6, FI-96200 Rovaniemi, Finland.
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