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Inari is located in the province of Lapland, bordering both Norway and Russia. The largest agglomeration in Inari municipality is Ivalo south of Lake Inari. Saariselkä Tourist Center is located 30 kilometers south of Ivalo. Finland’s largest municipality has a lot to offer tourists all year round. Inari delights with its unique nature and Lapland and Sámi culture.
Lake Inari and Ukonsaari
Lake Inari is the third largest lake in Finland, and the cleanest and brightest. There is a network of desert huts on the beaches and islands that can be used by skiers on the water and in winter.
The most famous island of Lake Inari is Ukonsaari, which used to be a sacred place or seita for the Sámi.
Urho Kekkonen National Park is the second largest national park in Finland, established in 1983. The northern part is a mountain wilderness with fells, various shelters, nature trails and trails.
Siida is located in the church village of Inari. In the main exhibition, Sámi culture and northern nature are intertwined. The museum offers the visitor multi-sensory experiences and expert knowledge of Sámi culture and northern Arctic nature. During the summer season, Siida’s indoor exhibition offer is complemented by an atmospheric open-air museum area, which presents the Finnish Sámi’s cultural heritage, architectural heritage and livelihoods.
Saariselkä is the northernmost sports center in Finland. Saariselkä is made popular by the easy-to-reach mountain mast, the integrity of nature and the dense network of living rooms. The slope offer is diverse for skiers of all levels. The two fells have 15 marked slopes. A couple of hundred kilometers of the Saariselkä trail network extend into the open fell terrain of Urho Kekkonen National Park. In addition to skiing and skiing, guided safaris with snowmobiles, paros or dog sleds are available. Saariselkä also has the longest toboggan run in Finland, which is more than a kilometer long.
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