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  • Ounasvaara nature trail lean-to

    The Ounasvaara Nature Trail lean-to is 3.8 km east of Rovaniemi, along the nature trail on the southern edge of the Ounasvaara hill. The log-built lean-to is below massive outcrops, featuring a campfire site and woodshed. There is a clear, bubbling spring around 100 m down to the left from the lean-to. In the winter, you can access the lean-to from the same place along a marked winter trail, or by snowshoe through the forest...
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  • Ounasvaara observation tower

    The Ounasvaara Observation Tower is 2.2 km east of the city centre of Rovaniemi, on the western slope of Ounasvaara. The massive tower stands on the rocky hillside of Ounasvaara, amidst a pine forest along the Ounasvaara Winter Trail, at 160 m above sea level. You can access the observation deck via stairs and an intermediate platform. The tower has a roof, and it offers magnificent views over the city centre and the Kemi River...
  • Ounasvaara observation tower lean-to

    The Ounasvaara Observation Tower Lean-to is 2.2 km east of Rovaniemi, on the western hillside of Ounasvaara, near the SantaSport Institute. The log-built lean-to features a campfire site and woodshed. It stands on a rocky hillside next to the observation tower, which offers magnificent views over the city and the Kemi River...
  • Ounasvaara Summer trail

    The nearest point of the Ounasvaara Summer Trail is 1.6 km east of the Rovaniemi city centre. Ounasvaara is an ideal day-trip destination because of its easy accessibility. It is not only a famous sports centre but also a year-round recreation area near the city centre of Rovaniemi with marked and maintained trails and several great vantage points. At Ounasvaara, you can practise almost 50 different sports, and the selection keeps growing...
  • Ounasvaara winter trail

    The nearest point of the Ounasvaara Winter Trail is 1.6 km east of the Rovaniemi city centre. Ounasvaara, or Ounas Hill, is an ideal day-trip destination because of its easy accessibility. It is not only a famous sports centre but also a year-round recreation area near the city centre of Rovaniemi with marked and maintained trails and several great vantage points. At Ounasvaara, you can practise almost 50 different sports, and the selection keeps growing...
    3.5/5
  • Paavalniemi bird-watching tower

    Arrival instructions: Drive from Rovaniemi Jätkänkynttilä bridge along Kajaanintie road (road 78) to Ranua and Kajaani direction for approx. 3.5 km and turn onto Kemijoen itäpuolentie road (road 926) at the Tervola sign. Drive along the Kemijoen itäpuolentie road for approx. 2.5 km, then turn right (to west) at the Paavalniemi sign...
  • Pahtakoski Lapp hut

    The Pahtakoski Sami Hut is 51.9 km north of Rovaniemi, by Meltausjoki. The log-built hut is surrounded by massive trees on the beautiful riverside. It features a fireplace and benches against the walls. There is a campfire site outside, with a log frame that serves as benches...
  • Patokoski lean-to

    The Patokoski Lean-to is around 42 km north of Rovaniemi along Kittiläntie on the bank of the Ounas River. The log-built lean-to features a campfire, a woodshed and an outhouse...
  • Pekkala lean-to

    The Pekkala Lean-to is 53.8 km east of Rovaniemi by the Kemi River. The spacious log-built lean-to is on the bank of the Kemi River. It features a campfire site, woodshed and outhouse...
  • Pietarinjärvi lean-to

    The Pietarinjärvi Lean-to is 63.8 km south-east of Rovaniemi on the western shore of Pietarinjärvi, or Peter’s Lake. The log-built lean-to is on a beautiful spit, featuring a campfire site with benches and firewood under the eaves of the lean-to, as well as an outhouse...
  • Piittisjokisuu lean-to

    The Piittisjokisuu (Piittis Rivermouth) Lean-to is around 58 km south-east of Rovaniemi on the shore of the Juottaa Reservoir. The log-built lean-to features a campfire site, woodshed and outhouse. You can also find a boat ramp, dock and berths in the area...
  • Pikkurompa trail

    The Pikkurompa Trail is in Vikajärvi, 20.7 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 places, offering visitors of all ages a variety of hiking destinations...
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  • Pirttilampi lean-to

    The Pirttilampi lean-to is 51.5 km north-west of Rovaniemi on the northern side of Marrasjärvi, or Marras Lake on the shore of the small pond Pirttilampi in a beautiful area by the mouth of the Kenttäjoki, or the Kenttä River. The lean-to features a campfire, woodshed, outhouse and waste bin...
  • Pitkäniemi Sawmill, 1910s

    The sawmill industry grew in Northern Finland in the latter half of the 19th century. The first steam sawmill of Rovaniemi, Pitkäniemi steam sawmill, was established in Sahanperä by River Ounasjoki in 1901. During the depression of the 1930s, the difficulties of the Pitkäniemi steam sawmill grew unbearable and it ended its operations in 1934...
  • Pitkä-Perttaus lean-to

    The Pitkä-Perttaus Lean-to is 51.3 km north of Rovaniemi in a pine forest by Meltausjoki, or the Meltaus River. The log-built lean-to features a campfire site with firewood at both ends of the lean-to. There is also an outhouse nearby...
  • Porkkalampi lean-to

    The Porkkalampi Lean-to is 54.3 km south-east of Rovaniemi on the shore of the forest pond Porkkalampi along the Kaihuanvaara Hiking Trail/Kaihuanvaara Wilderness Trail. The lean-to features a campfire site, benches, a woodshed and outhouse...
    4.5/5
  • Porokari lean-to

    The Porokari Lean-to is around 73 km north of Rovaniemi on the bank of the Ounas River in Porokari. The log-built lean-to features a campfire site, woodshed, outhouse, and a boat ramp nearby...
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  • Postal vehicle depot, 1940s

    Finland’s first postal vehicle line between Rovaniemi and Sodankylä was inaugurated in 1921. The postal vehicle depot was completed in 1931–1933. After the Second World War, the depot was expanded and housing was also provided to depot workers who had lost their homes. Bricks collected from the city’s ruins were used as construction material...
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  • Pöyliövaara accessible trail

    The Pöyliövaara Accessible Trail is around 3 km south of the city centre of Rovaniemi and the Kemi River. In the winter, ski trails connect to the Ounasvaara ski trail network. Pöyliövaara, or Pöyliö Hill, is a popular berry picking site in the summer.  You can reach the start of the trail by car via the Kemin itäpuolentie road...
    2.0/5
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