Day Trips: There are short sections from both Näätämö and Sevettijärvi that visitors can travel on short hikes. A good day trip hike could be for example
from Lake Jänisjärvi over Jänispää Fell to Kontinpaistama on the bank of the River Näätämöjoki and then back the same way. The terrain is quite demanding, but the view makes it worthwhile. This route is 12 km long.
from Lake Jänisjärvi over Jänispään häntä Fell tail to Saunakoski Rapid of Näätämöjoki River and back; this section is about 14 km. The route is demanding because of stones and reliefs.
from Village Näätämö over Palovaara Fell to Kallokoski Rapid, route is 15 km long.
Other Hiking Tips
Hiking off-trails: As long as you have a map, a compass and proper hiking equipment you can easily enjoy the area's nature and landscape off of marked trails. The area shares borders with vast wilderness areas to the north and south so if you area hiking off-trails you need to be an experienced hiker with survival skills.
Those travelling with wheelchairs and baby prams: there are no sights or rest stops which can be reached by wheelchair or with a pram.
During winter snowmobile tracks may make skiing easier when the snow is soft. Marked skiing trails in the Sevettijärvi-Näätämö Area are no maintained regularly by snowmobile.