Just wanted to remind that there are over a hundred articles in this blog discussing one single topic: hiking in Finland. I probably don't have time to add many new articles in the future, but I hope you will enjoy the tips, tales and pics here in my archives. 🙂
Guidebook Hiking in Finland was published in June 2019! See info and example pages.
The perfect guidebook: Hiking in Finland! Day hiking, multi-day expeditions, best destinations, skills needed here up north, seasons, hiking with kids, winter hiking, good maps, GPX tracks, everything about hiking in Finland! 🙂
This is a true story of a winter backpacking tour in -50°C. Weather forecasts had predicted -25, but the truth was... memorable!
Let's forget snow and freezing temperatures for a while: let's see what Finland looks like in the opposite part of year, July. Imagine a hot day. Have you tried combining swimming and hiking?
January is one of the least hiked months in my calendar. There are several reasons, like cold, shortage of light etc. But this is also great time to see aurora borealis, and with right equipment and attitude a good hiking month like the eleven others!
Different definitions of a national park. Largest forested wilderness in Europe? And also a bit about long (multi-month) treks...
Finland chose to give Hossa to itself as a 100 year birthday present, by establishing the newest National Park in Finland to Hossa. Hossa already was a National Hiking Area since 1979. What changed when it was converted to a National Park?
If you want to head deep into a wilderness, you should rather choose another season than midwinter.
But if you know what you are doing, of course it is always possible to go for a longer trek. Let's see the most challenging conditions Finland has to offer.
There is many kinds of hiking. Sometimes it is nice to face challenges, but often it is wonderful to take it easy. To enjoy beautiful scenery during day and return to a luxurious cabin for the evening.