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Supernatural nature

We have visited a 9 km trail in the Pallas part of the national park which both started and ended... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
trip-fales
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Tabor, Czech Republic
nearly endless and limitless for cross country skiing

this area is really nearly endless and limitless for cross country skiing - only limitation is your... read more

Reviewed June 17, 2017
Christian S
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Munich, Germany
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The scenery in Pallas-Yllästunturi National Park is dominated by fells surrounded by forests and mires in their natural state. Because the area’s nature is clean and beautiful and the terrain varying, the park is a wonderful place to hike, ski and enjoy the outdoors. The silhouette of the fells can be seen practically at all times and the marked trails lead visitors to the National Park’s most beautiful look-out spots. The picturesque beauty of the Pallastunturi Fells has made the area one of the Finnish national landscapes.
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We have visited a 9 km trail in the Pallas part of the national park which both started and ended at the Pallas Visitors Center, where you can park your car for free, grab a map of the trails and set of. The trail was...More

Thank trip-fales
Reviewed June 17, 2017

this area is really nearly endless and limitless for cross country skiing - only limitation is your own condition (and maybe weather :-) ) just let your soul dangle

Thank Christian S
Reviewed March 21, 2017

Stunning scenery, beautiful views, silence...! Skiing, cross-country skiing, trekking... Available huts with fire pits.

Thank Evič Z
Reviewed January 4, 2017 via mobile

We did snow shoeing here and lunch in a hut. The huts are available for anyone to use and have fire pits in the middle and a chimney. They are very cosy. Also basic toilets in wooden shacks nearby. Views were amazing and the light...More

Thank pancake18
Reviewed September 26, 2016

The scenery in the park is stunning especially in autumn when the trees are changing colour, and great walks.

Thank Vivienne L
Reviewed September 17, 2016 via mobile

This was an amazing treck! I completed it in 2.5 days during the September fall colours period. You treck along the fells which 1.9 billion years ago were the svecofennian mountains several kilometres high. You can get to the pallastunturi visitors centre by taxi from...More

Thank travellingfellow89
Reviewed September 16, 2016

The Park as such is an excellent place to spend time in the outdoors and do some excellent hikes. But the biggest downturn is the lack of effort from Park management to maintain their pathes. Many of the pathes go through swampy areas where you...More

3  Thank redbaron12016
Reviewed September 7, 2016

We have been here in autumn. The colours are unbelievable. The walking tracks are excellent. Well signed. Free log cabins are very clean and suitably equipped.

1  Thank Gabriel B
Reviewed August 14, 2016 via mobile

Very beautiful scenery and good paths for wandering. Clean water is "on the house" to drink and there are also nice places to sit around the campfire. One could easily spend an entire week or more in here.

1  Thank Anu H
Reviewed July 26, 2016 via mobile

We did a couple of decent walks here. One from the National Park Centre took in a horseshoe of fells and was straight forward. The centre itself is well laid out with great displays on the local flora and fauna. We also did a good...More

1  Thank John A
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