A 2.7-km-long marked trail leads to Nellim's log-floating flume. The starting point for the trail is located by the road running from Nellim to Virtaniemi at a distance of about four kilometres from Nellim.
The Piilola Trail, 35 km, connects Norway's Øvre Pasvik National Park and the Vätsäri Wilderness Area. The northern starting point for the trail is located by the shores of Lake Sortbryststjern in the northeastern part of the Øvre Pasvik National Park, and the southern starting point for the trail is situated along Kessintie Road in the southern part of the Vätsäri Wilderness Area. The magnificent Piilola Trail passes through the rocky, pine-dominated heath forest. The mires, lakes and small rivers lend variety to the landscape. Because of its wilderness-like character, the Piilola Trail is very demanding and not suitable for beginners.
Cross-country Skiing Trails
Cross-country skiing is allowed anywhere in the area. The snowmobile tracks of the local inhabitants may be utilised if the snow is soft. There is also a 3-km illuminated cross-country skiing trail at the village of Nellim.
Boating and Canoeing Routes
Lake Inarijärvi is ideal for canoeing. There are boat harbours at Inari, Veskoniemi and Nellim, and several boat launching ramps. The routes have been marked and the Lake Inarijärvi boating map will facilitate navigation. When travelling around Lake Inarijärvi, please note that the weather on this large arctic lake may change rapidly.