Isokuru gorge will be closed during the summer and autumn of 2021 due to the rehabilitation of trail structures. Some other repairs to the trails will also be done during the summer of 2021. The Ukko-Luosto trail is closed in the northern part of the mountain slope for about 1.7 kilometers due to construction and renovation work. Closed section: the intersection of the Ukko-Luosto Trail and the Luosto Nature Hiking Trail - the top of the ski slopes. The top of Luosto can be reached via the Ukko-Luosto stairs. Ask for information from Naava Visitor Centre, tel. +358 20 639 7302, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and follow our facebook pages.
Sacred sites along your trail
Location: Lapland, Eastern Lapland, Sodankylä, Pelkosenniemi, Kemijärvi. Read more about location.
Arrival: By car and public transportation. Read more about arrival.
Things to See: Fell tops, ravines, old forests, Luosto, Isokuru, Noitatunturi, Lampivaara and its amethyst mines, and mires.
Suitability: also for inexperienced hikers. Read more about level of difficulty.
Services: Visitor and Culture Centre Naava, Café Loimu, rest spots, open wilderness huts, reservable huts, day trip huts, services of the Pyhä-Luosto tourist resort. Read more about services along the trail.
Length: 45 kilometres; the exact length depends on the route choices and visitors can hike only part of the route also. There are several starting points including Pyhä-Luosto Visitor Centre Naava, Huttuloma, Rykimäkero and Luosto, Käyräsvaara on Main Road 4, and Torvinen hut. Read more about the starting points.
Hiking season: The best time for hiking is in summer, but parts of the trail are also accessible in winter.
The trail is managed and maintained by Metsähallitus.
This is the web page nationalparks.fi/pyhaluostotrail