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  • Juhannuskallio scenery trail

    The Juhannuskallio Scenery Trail is 52.5 km from Rovaniemi toward Posio. It belongs to the area of Kaihuanvaara–Kivalot, an easily accessible day-trip destination. The tree-covered hills of the area are prominent elements in the Kemi River landscape. They offer beautiful vistas over the riverside and surrounding areas...
  • Juhonkolo lean-to

    The Juhonkolo Lean-to is around 65 km east of Rovaniemi in Autti. The spacious, log-built lean-to is on the riverbank. It features a campfire site, woodshed and outhouse. Nearby, there is a boat dock, berths, and a boat ramp...
  • Juotasniemi lean-to

    The Juotasniemi Lean-to is around 59 km east of Rovaniemi, toward Kuusamo. The log-built lean-to is on the riverbank, featuring a campfire site, woodshed, waste bin, outhouse, and a boat ramp nearby...
  • Jussilanvaara lean-to

    The Jussilanvaara Lean-to is around 13 km south-west of the Rovaniemi city centre, at the Hirvas School on the north-west edge of the hill Jussilanvaara. The log-built lean-to is on the edge of the hill next to a fitness trail amidst a pine forest...
  • Jyrhämänkuja lean-to

    The Jyrhämänkuja Lean-to is in the city centre of Rovaniemi behind the health centre in Sairaalanniemi. The log-built lean-to is on a spit in the bank of the Kemi River, featuring a campfire site, firewood and benches. You can reach the Jyrhämänkuja parking area by car. The path to the lean-to is 100 m...
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  • Kaihuanvaara circular trail

    The Kaihuanvaara Circular Trail (cycling trail) is 52.5 km from Rovaniemi toward Posio. It is part of the area: Kaihuanvaara–Kivalot, an easily accessible day-trip destination. Tree-covered hills are prominent elements in the landscape of the Kemi River. The hills offer beautiful views over the riverside and surrounding areas...
  • Kaihuanvaara hiking trail

    The Kaihuanvaara Hiking Trail is 52.5 km from Rovaniemi toward Posio. The hiking trail belongs to the area: Kaihuanvaara–Kivalot. It is a diverse trail for fans of nature. It passes through the Kaihuanvaara herb-rich forest protection area and by Hopianulkki, the highest point of Kaihuanvaara, or Kaihua Hill...
  • Kaihuanvaara nature trail

    The Kaihuanvaara Nature Trail is located 52.4 km from Rovaniemi toward Posio. It is an easily accessible day-trip destination in the Kaihuanvaara–Kivalot area. The tree-covered hills of the area are prominent elements in the Kemi River landscape. They offer beautiful views of the riverside and surrounding areas...
  • Kaihuanvaara wilderness trail

    The Kaihuanvaara Wilderness Trail is 52.5 km from Rovaniemi toward Posio. It belongs to the area of Kaihuanvaara–Kivalot, an easily accessible day-trip destination. The tree-covered hills of the area are prominent elements in the Kemi River landscape. They offer beautiful vistas over the riverside and surrounding areas...
  • Kaltio lean-to

    The Kaltio Lean-to is in the Arctic Circle Hiking Area near Vikaköngäs, around 25 km north-east of Rovaniemi. The log-built lean-to is on the edge of a hill surrounded by a forest. It features a campfire site, bench, woodshed and outhouse. A spring can also be found nearby, but the water quality is not monitored...
  • Karhukumpu lean-to

    The Karhukumpu Lean-to is in the Arctic Circle Hiking Area around 20 km north-east of Rovaniemi. The log-built lean-to is near the duckboards on the hill Karhukumpu with a view over the river. There are benches around the campfire site and a woodshed and outhouse nearby. An accessible trail leads to Könkäänsaari where, after a bridge, the trail continues to Karhukumpu...
  • Karhunulkin luontopolku

    The Karhunulkki Nature Trail is 24 km north-west of Rovaniemi, in the village of Lehtojärvi. It passes through picturesque pine forests up to the rocky peak of Karhunulkki, which offers spectacular views over the area’s lakes. It starts from the parking area, crosses Pellontie and continues 320 m along Karhulammentie until it turns right and follows a power line across Nuoraoja. Soon after Nuoraoja, the trail turns left onto a path through a dry, coniferous forest up onto the hill...
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  • Kätkälampi wilderness hut

    The Kätkälampi wilderness hut is located approx. 33 km from the city centre of Rovaniemi to north, at the north-western corner of Kätkävaara Hill at the edge of the Koukkulanaapa conservation area. Koukkulanaapa and adjacent Palokivalo belong to the old-growth forest protection programme and Natura. The log-built wilderness hut sits in a massive pine forest on a beautiful heath...
  • Käyrästunturi day-trip hut

    The Käyräs Fell Day-trip Cabin is 55.1 km north of Rovaniemi, on top of Käyräs Fell, the only actual fell in the Rovaniemi Region. The refurbished fire watchman’s cabin is good for day-trips. It is quite small, but it offers shelter from the wind and rain and serves as a cooking place. It is equipped with a stove, table and two benches, one of which has a mattress and can be used as a bed...
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  • Käyrästunturi lean-to

    The Käyräs Fell Lean-to is around 54 km north of Rovaniemi near Sodankyläntie. The log-built lean-to is on the lower part of Käyräs Fell, featuring a campfire site and benches, as well as a woodshed and outhouse nearby...
  • Kenttäpalo lean-to

    The Kenttäpalo Lean-to is in Unarinköngäs, around 66 km north of Rovaniemi. The log-built lean-to is next to the Unarinköngäs rapids in Meltausjoki, or the Meltaus River, in a truly beautiful spot. There is a campfire site with benches, as well as a woodshed and outhouse nearby...
  • Keski-Peurajärvi lean-to

    The Keski-Peurajärvi lean-to is located at approx. 34 km from the city centre of Rovaniemi to north-west on the northern side of Sonka Village at Lake Keski-Peurajärvi. At a distance of about 2 km there is the conservation area of old forests: Kuusikkoselkä – Paljukkalaki. The log-built lean-to is situated by a lake on dry heath surrounded by tall trees...
    3.5/5
  • Kieli lean-to

    The Kieli Lean-to is around 44 km north-east of Rovaniemi, in Misi. The log-built lean-to is on the shore of Kielijärvi, or Kieli Lake. The Kieliköngäs Rapids are also nearby. The lean-to features a campfire site with log benches, a woodshed and outhouse...
  • Kielosaari plant and fungus trail

    The Kielosaari Plant and Fungus Trail is located in Vikajärvi, 20.8 km from Rovaniemi toward Sodankylä. It is part of the Arctic Circle hiking area, a wilderness destination ideal for year-round outdoor recreation. The signature features of the landscape are rugged hills, open water-logged string bogs, and Raudanjoki with its spectacular rapids and lush shoreline forest. The hiking area’s trail network is diverse and has several resting sites, offering visitors of all ages a variety of hiking destinations...
  • Kienaja Lapp hut

    The Kienaja Sami Hut is 63.5 km north-west of Rovaniemi, near the Kolari municipality border by Kienajajoki, or Kienaja River. It is log-built and spacious, standing on a small hill near the riverbank. Directions: drive 54.3 km out of Rovaniemi along Kittiläntie; turn left on Marrasjärventie; drive 14.3 km; turn right on Haarainvaarantie; drive 11.4 km; on foot, take the trail to the left; walk 330 m to an intersection; turn left on the snowmobile trail; walk 270 m to the hut on the riverbank...
  • Kiimalampi lean-to

    The Kiimalampi lean-to is located at approx. 29 km from the city centre of Rovaniemi to north, on the western side of Lake Perunkajärvi by Kiimalampi. The log-built lean-to is situated on a beautiful spot in a massive old forest by a pond. There is a campfire site surrounded by benches at the lean-to...
  • Kivalonaapa meadow culture trail

    The Kivalonaapa Meadow Culture Trail is in Vikajärvi, 23.2 km from Rovaniemi toward Sodankylä. It is part of the Arctic Circle Hiking Area, a wilderness destination ideal for year-round outdoor recreation. The landscape's signature features are rugged hills, open water-logged string bogs, and Raudanjoki with its spectacular rapids and lush shoreline forest. The hiking area’s trail network is diverse and has several resting places, offering visitors of all ages a variety of hiking destinations...
  • Kivalonaapa niittypirtti hut

    The Kivalonaapa Meadow Cabin is in the Arctic Circle hiking area 23.4 km north-east of Rovaniemi, along the Meadow Culture Trail south of Vaattunkilampi. The log-built day-trip cabin is on the edge of a dry heath, featuring a natural-stone fireplace, table and benches, and a sleeping platform for 5–6 people. The yard features a campfire site with benches, a woodshed and an outhouse. Pets are allowed, but only if all other possible visitors agree...
  • Kivitaipale lean-to

    The Kivitaipale Lean-to is around 25 km from the city centre of Rovaniemi toward Ranua. The log-built lean-to is along a fitness trail and ski trail in the winter. It features a campfire site, woodshed and outhouse...
  • Koivukivalo lean-to

    The Koivukivalo lean-to is around 35 km from Rovaniemi toward Ranua in the western end of Kuusikkoselkä. The log-built lean-to and campfire site are along a snowmobile trail on a small hill...
  • Koivusaari bird-watching tower

    Arrival instructions: The floating bird-watching tower of Koivusaari can be accessed either by boat or via a nature trail. Main road 4 (E75) passes at Rovaniemi through Koivusaari Island which is located at the confluence of rivers Ounasjoki and Kemijoki. On the Saarenkylä side, immediately on the western side of main road 4 is located the Ounaspaviljonki recreational area and marina. The Koivusaari nature trail begins at edge of the marina, near main road 4...
  • Koivusaari nature trail

    The Koivusaari Nature Trail is located 2.3 km from the city centre of Rovaniemi toward Sodankylä, on Koivusaari, or Koivu Island, in the Ounas River delta. It is a part of Rovaniemi’s city centre trail network. The Koivusaari Nature Trail is well suited for spring, summer and autumn excursions. The delta islands of the Ounas River are low sand islands and sandbanks that get flooded in the spring...
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  • Könkäänsaari accessible nature trail

    The Könkäsaari Accessible Nature Trail is in Vikajärvi, 20.8 km from Rovaniemi toward Sodankylä. It is part of the Arctic Circle hiking area, a wilderness destination ideal for year-round outdoor recreation. The landscape's signature features are rugged hills, open water-logged string bogs, and Raudanjoki with its spectacular rapids and lush shoreline forest. The hiking area’s trail network is diverse and has several resting places, offering visitors of all ages a variety of hiking destinations...
  • Könkäänsaari lean-to

    The Könkäänsaari Lean-to is around 20 km north-east of Rovaniemi in the Arctic Circle Hiking Area, in the south-eastern part of Könkäänsaari, a beautiful island in Raudanjoki, or the Raudan River, in the landscape of the Vaattunkiköngäs Rapids. The two log-built lean-tos offer a view over the river, featuring a board-covered campfire site, a table, benches, a woodshed and outhouse...
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