- Enjoy a snowshoe hike
- Immerse yourself in a winter wonderland
- Learn how to ice fish
Follow your guide through the snowy forests while you make your way to the frozen lake. Keep your eyes open for animal footprints while strolling over the white winter trails. At the lake, your guide will show you how to drill a hole in the ice and use your gear. Then, just wait for the fish to bite while observing the stunning winter sceneries aro...
- Instant confirmation COVID-19 information: There is a limit number of visitors, Government regulations compliant, Social distancing, Regular desinfection, Hands Sanitizers, Equipment sanitized Where: Kelotie 1, Saariselkä, Finland Meeting point: Pickup is possible from hotels and accommodations in Saariselkä. If you wish to use the pickup service, contact local operator directly to confirm pickup time and place. If you don't wish to use the pickup service, please meet at Kelotie number 1. What to remember: This tour requires a minimum age of 4 years to participateA minimum number of 2 tickets is required per ticket optionVegetarian or vegan lunch options (spinach or carrot pancakes) are available, contact the local operator directly to confirm using the contact details in the booking voucherPickup is possible from hotels and accommodations in Saariselkä, contact the local operator directly to confirm pickup location and time At checkout, you will be asked to insert your height, this information is used by the local operator to select the correct snowshoe and winter overalls for you
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