Guonjarjohka (Kuonjarjoki) Open Wilderness Hut
The use of open wilderness huts and campfire huts is also restricted. The maximum number of persons allowed in bigger huts is 6 persons and in small ones 4 persons.
Open wilderness hut for 10 persons
Location, Maps and Description
Guonjarjohka (Kuonjarjoki), coordinates: Euref-Fin (~ WGS84) lat: 69° 06.1135' lon: 21° 13.1470' ETRS-TM35FIN: N: 7676567 E: 270159
The wilderness hut is situated south of the Kahperusvaara Hills by Nordkalott Trail on the north bank of the River Kuonjarjoki which runs between the Kahperusvaara Hills and Guonjarvárri Fell.
A stove and a gas cooker. A dry toilet and a woodshed outside the hut.
Pets are permitted in the hut, but only in case that other visitors agree with it.
The building also houses a reservable wilderness hut for 10 persons.
Visitors must come prepared with warm clothing, food, drink, maps, compass, orienteering skills and matches. Fog or storms can form in just a few hours. Take also your own toilet paper.
Firewood should only be used for heating the cabin, not for outdoor fires.
Metsähallitus follows the principles of litter-free hiking. Visitors are adviced to bring their own waste out of the area. Recycling points can be found at Yllästunturi, Pallastunturi and Fell Lapland Visitor Centre. Read more about Hiking without Littering.