Gordejogaš / Korteoja Open Wilderness Hut


Open wilderness hut for 6 persons

Location, Maps and Description

Northern Lapland Region, Municipality of Enontekiö, Pöyrisjärvi Wilderness Area

Gordejogaš / Korteoja, coordinates: Euref-Fin (~ WGS84) lat: 68° 36.1748' lon: 24° 23.6639'  ETRS-TM35FIN: N: 7612332 E: 393940

The hut is located on eastern shore of a stream which flows from Kortevuoma to River Suukisjoki on the northern side of Suukisvaara Hill.

Pöyrisjärvi Wilderness Area map
Other maps of the area


An iron stove. Essential cookware. Sleeping platforms. A dry toilet outside the hut.


Please notice that this hut is not maintained annually.

Pets are permitted in the hut, but only in case that other visitors agree with it.

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.

Safety on hiking

Waste Management

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.

Maintenance and Management

Metsähallitus, Natural Heritage Services Lapland. For more information contact Fell Lapland Visitor Centre, tel. int. +358 206 39 7950.


For Entrepreneurs

Tourist entrepreneurs operating in national parks or other areas managed by Metsähallitus need a cooperation agreement. A fee is charged for using the routes and service infrastructure for business activities.

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Guidelines on Using Open Wilderness Huts

Read Guidelines on Using Open Wilderness Huts.

Outdoor Etiquette

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1. Respect nature.

2. Mainly use marked trails.

3. Camp only where it is allowed.

4. Light your campfire only where it is allowed.

5. Do not litter.

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