Pyhä-Luosto Trail

Experience sacred sites along the trail! The sacred sites of the ancient Forest Sámi people heightens the spiritual feeling of the trip. The deep ravines, imposing fell tops, ancient bedrock and primeval forests put human life into perspective. The Pyhä-Luosto Trail is of average difficulty, and so is good for beginners as well as more experienced hikers. The trail is accessible by public transport.

Sacred sites along your trail

Location: Lapland, Eastern Lapland, Sodankylä, Pelkosenniemi, Kemijärvi. Read more

Arrival: By car and public transportation. Read more

Things to See: Fell tops, ravines, old forests, Luosto, Isokuru, Noitatunturi, Lampivaara and its amethyst mines, and mires.

Suitability: also for inexperienced hikers. Read more

Services: Visitor and Culture Centre Naava, Café Loimu, rest spots, open wilderness huts, reservable huts, day trip huts, services of the Pyhä-Luosto tourist resort. Read more

Length: 45 kilometres; the exact length depends on the route choices and visitors can hike only part of the route also. There are several starting points including Pyhä-Luosto Visitor Centre Naava, Huttuloma, Rykimäkero and Luosto, Käyräsvaara on Main Road 4, and Torvinen hut. Read more

Hiking season:  The best time for hiking is in summer, but parts of the trail are also accessible in winter.

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

Customer Service

Pyhä-Luosto Visitor Centre Naava
Tel. + 358 (0) 206 39 7302
pyhaluosto(at)metsa.fi

See Directions: By Public Transportation to Pyhä-Luosto Trail

See Directions: By Car to Pyhä-Luosto Trail

Services Offered by Partners along Pyhä-Luosto Trail

Nearby Destinations

Sokanaapa bird watching tower

Kivitunturi Hiking Trail (www.retkipaikka.fi, in Finnish)

Sallatunturi Area