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Pallas-Yllästunturi National Park

122 Reviews

Pallas-Yllästunturi National Park

122 Reviews
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Meditative hike to an Arctic Mountain
$171.68 per adult
Winter Week Experience - 6 Days
$1,946.56 per adult
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MaikkiN wrote a review Sep 2020
Kotka, Finland27 contributions2 helpful votes
If you want to see some raw Finnish fell nature, I warmly recommend to hike the Hetta-Pallas path (approximately 50-55 kilometres). Just remember there is a lot of uphill and some challenging paths, so it doesn't suit for you if you have any mobility restrictions.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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MadmikemacGyver1 wrote a review Dec 2019
York, United Kingdom71 contributions261 helpful votes
Stunning, beautiful, landscapes in winter especially at Christmas I would highly recommend visiting .
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Date of experience: December 2019
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EdwinVdO wrote a review Sep 2019
London, United Kingdom1,141 contributions89 helpful votes
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We drove up to the Pallas hotel and information centre. The centre provides you with a hiking map and clear instructions. We took the longest hike of 9km to the two main tops at 785 and 810 meters. Despite we got caught in a hail storm, mist and pouring rain above 600m, we did the walk in 3 hours. It is not very difficult for people of average fitness. Then we had a warm lunch in the Pallas hotel Definitely a great hiking area with great views, in all weather.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Phi8 wrote a review Aug 2019
Espoo, Finland35 contributions7 helpful votes
We did the classical 55 km long trail marked already in 1934. The trail rises the top of several mountains ('kero') offering magnificent views as far as the Norwegian mountains. In between there are beautiful canyons ('kuru') with camping places and open cottages. The route is very well marked and the cottages are well equipped with gas stoves. I highly recommend.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Tida! wrote a review Feb 2019
Cambridge, United Kingdom9 contributions2 helpful votes
Snowshoing is the best way to see this stunning place in the snow. You can stay on the flats or attempt some of the fells - the views are 100% worth it!
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Date of experience: January 2019
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