Fell Lapland Visitor Centre for Teachers

18.2.2019
Possibility of avalanches is now considerable. Natural avalanches are possible, human triggered probable.
You will get the best advice and tips for a hike from the Fell Lapland Visitor Centre. Photo: Seija Olkkonen.

Fell Lapland Nature Centre

Fell Lapland Visitor Centre's permanent and temporary exhibitions provide comprehensive understanding of the nature and culture of Northern Lapland.

Materials

  • Materials relating to Pallas-Yllästunturi National Park are available here.
  • Materials relating to Fell Lapland Visitor Centre's exhibitions are available here (julkaisut.metsa.fi, in Finnish).
  • Please note that the nature conservation areas have restrictions regarding the collection of plants and the study of animals. Read the rules and regulations of the area.

Guided Nature-Themed Activities 

Excursion Tips

  • Jyppyrävaara Hill rises directly behind the nature centre. Jyppyrä Trail (1.6 km) leads to the top that offers excellent views over Lake Ounasjärvi and Pyhäkero.
  • Peurapolku Trail (in Finnish) (2 km) introduces the history of hunting wild deer.

Meals

What to eat during a hike? Check our tips. Photo: Heikki Sulander / Rinkkaputki.com.

Facilities and Equipment

  • The 60-seat auditorium can be reserved for meetings and teaching purposes. The price is €25/hour and €150/day during nature centre opening hours, and €50/hour and €300/day at other times.
  • A separate conference facility for 10 persons. The price of the conference facility is €15/hour during nature centre opening hours. At other times the price is €25/hour or part of an hour.