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  • Pöyliövaara spring trail

    The Pöyliövaara Water Spring Trail is 3.1 km south of the city centre of Rovaniemi and the Kemi River. In the winter, there are ski trails that connect to the Ounasvaara ski trail network. Pöyliövaara, or Pöyliö Hill, is a popular berry-picking site in the summer. The water spring trail is clearly marked in the terrain with red paint...
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  • Puistolampi Accessible Trail

    The start of the Puistolampi Accessible Trail is 6.8 km north-east from the city centre of Rovaniemi, next to the Arctic Circle Housing Fair area. In the area, there is the beautiful Puistolampi, or Puisto Pond (actually a lake), with its beach, a popular summer recreation area, especially for families with children. Around the pond, there are diverse flowers and bushes and a playground.  The Puistolampi trail was made accessible by gravelling it in in the summer of 2017...
  • Puurosenranta lean-to

    The Puurosenranta Lean-to is 43.4 km east of Rovaniemi on the bank of the Kemi River. The log-built lean-to features a campfire site, woodshed and outhouse. There is also a boat ramp nearby...
  • RolloMTB Official

    Mountain Biking Trail, marked in the terrain with paint. Riding time 1.5-2.5 hours. The trail is technical and features significant differences in altitude. You can embark on the trail from the Ounasvaara Ski Centre, Santasport, or the Ounasvaara side of the Jätkänkynttilä Bridge...
  • Saittajärvi Lapp hut

    The Saittajärvi Lapp hut is located at approx. 50.3 km from the city centre of Rovaniemi to north by Lake Saittajärvi. The log-built hut is situated on the shore of Lake Saittajärvi next to a road. The hut is spacious and has a fireplace and benches against walls...
  • Saittapenkere lean-to

    The Saittapenkere Lean-to is 53.3 km north of Rovaniemi on the bank of Meltausjoki, on a spit covered by spruce trees. The lean-to features a campfire site and outhouse. Firewood is provided under the shelters at both ends of the lean-to...
  • Salmijärvi lean-to

    The Salmijärvi lean-to is located along the Kolpeneentie road, about 2.3 km south-east from the city centre of Rovaniemi, on the shore of Lake Salmijärvi.  The log-built Salmijärvi lean-to is situated on the shore of the lake in an atmospheric spit with a lot of birches. The lean-to area is graveled. There is a campfire site, sleeping platform, benches and a waste bin at the lean-to...
  • Säynäjäoja lean-to

    The Säynäjäoja Lean-to is along the Wetland Trail in the Arctic Circle Hiking Area, 19.3 km north-east of Rovaniemi. The log-built lean-to is amidst bogs beside a duckboard trail. It features a campfire site, benches, woodshed and outhouse...
  • Second railway station, 7 July 1935

    The second railway station became necessary, when the train connection to Kemijärvi was constructed. The photo shows people waiting for the train transporting President Pehr Evind Svinhufvud to arrive at the station...
  • Siberian wood-species trail

    The Siberian Tree Species Trail (nature trail) is located 45.6 km from Rovaniemi toward Posio on the south side of the Kemi River and the Vanttauskoski rapids. The tree species trail belongs to the Kaihuanvaara–Kivalot Hiking Area, which is an easily accessible day-trip destination. The tree-covered hills in the area are prominent elements in the Kemi River landscape. They offer beautiful vistas of the riverside and surrounding areas...
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  • Sinettäjoki Lapp hut

    The Sinettäjoki Sami Hut is located 19.8 km north-west of Rovaniemi, near a beach on the bank of Sinettäjoki, or the Sinettä River. The log-built, open Sami Hut features a fireplace and benches. There is a woodshed and outhouse nearby. Directions: drive 20.2 km out of Rovaniemi along Kittiläntie; turn right on Tammelantie; drive 90 m; turn right into the parking area...
  • Sinettäjokisuu lean-to

    The Sinettäjokisuu (Sinettä Rivermouth) Lean-to is 19.2 km north-west of Rovaniemi in Sinettä on the bank of the Ounas River. The lean-to features a campfire site and woodshed. There is a boat ramp at the end of Sinetänlaaksontie...
    2.5/5
  • Siperia day-trip hut

    The Siberia Day-trip Cabin is located 45.6 km from Rovaniemi toward Posio, on the southern side of the Kemi River and Vanttauskoski, on the north-western side of Kotikivalo. It is equipped with a stove, table and benches, and there is a spring nearby. It is recommended to boil all water before drinking it. The yard features an outhouse, woodshed and campfire site...
  • Siren’s cabin

    Siren’s Cabin is 52.5 km south-east of Rovaniemi, on the hillside of Kaihuanvaara, on the east side of Iso-Kaihuajärvi, by a beautiful stream at edge of a massive birch forest. It is equipped with a stove, table and benches. Water can be drawn from the stream running by the cabin, but the water quality is not monitored. The yard features an outhouse, woodshed and campfire site...
  • Sortovaara Lapp hut

    The Sortovaara Sami Hut is 21.3 km north-east of Rovaniemi, in 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. It is easy to access at all times of the year...
    4.1/5
  • Sortovaara lean-to

    The Sortovaara Lean-to is 37.5 km north of Rovaniemi in Yli-Nampa on the lower slopes of the Sortovaara hill. The log-built lean-to is in a beautiful, sunny spot on the edge of a bog. It features a campfire site, log benches and woodshed. A snowmobile trail passes nearby...
  • Syväsenvaara observation tower

    The Syväsenvaara Observation Tower is 5.7 km north-east of the Rovaniemi city centre, on top of Syväsenvaara, or Syväsen Hill. The massive tower stands on the rocky hilltop at 190 m above sea level. You can access the observation platform via stairs and an intermediate platform. The tower is covered, and it offers magnificent views over the city centre and riverside...
    2.1/5
  • Tervakari lean-to

    The Tervakari Lean-to is 34.6 km east of Rovaniemi in a beautiful spot on the bank of the Kemi River in Tennilä. The log-built lean-to features a campfire site, log benches, woodshed and outhouse. There is also a boat ramp nearby. Due to strong currents, the river remains partly unfrozen through the winter...
  • The Santa Claus Forest

    The Santa Claus Forest Nature Trail starts 7.8 km north-east of Rovaniemi, on the Arctic Circle. You can walk from Santa Claus Village to the Santa Claus Forest along the trail. In the Santa Claus Forest, tourists and local people have planted thousands of named spruce trees and can come and see the growth and development of their own trees over the years.  The trail starts at the north-western edge of the Santa Claus Village...
  • Tikkasenkari lean-to

    The Tikkasenkari Lean-to is around 27 km east of Rovaniemi on the bank of the Kemi River, by a group of reefs. The log-built lean-to features a campfire site and outhouse. Firewood is provided in the building next to the road. Due to strong currents, the river remains partly unfrozen through the winter...
    2.0/5
  • Tolonen lean-to

    Tolosen (Tolonen’s) Lean-to is 57.7 km north of Rovaniemi on the bank of the Ounas River. The log-built lean-to features a campfire site, woodshed and outhouse. There is also a boat ramp nearby...
  • Tuisku’s house, around the 1910s

    Shopkeeper A. E. Tuisku had a shop along Maantiekatu and a house on the shore of River Kemijoki. Tuisku being a local force served as a municipal foreman in municipal administration in 1897–1899 and as the foreman of the municipal board in 1912...
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