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Kilpisjärvi

Kilpisjärvi in the Western arm of Finland borders both Sweden and Finland. The small village on the shore of lake Kilpisjärvi is surrounded by Finland’s largest fells, and is home to both the sacred Sami fell Saana and Finland’s highest peak Halti which stands at 1324m.

Kilpisjärvi is completely above the treeline making the nature totally unique and giving the possibility for true wilderness experiences. Kilpisjärvi is also a very good place to spot the Northern Lights. In Kilpijärvi, as we offer activities only for groups, contact us and we will be happy to tailor made a package of activities for you.


Contact information for Lapland Safaris in Kilpisjärvi

Address: Lapland Hotel Kilpis
Address: Käsivarrentie 14206, 99490 Kilpisjärvi, 358 (0)16 532 605
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Distances from Kilpisjärvi

- Enontekiö airport: 165 km
- Rovaniemi: 436 km
- Santa Claus Village, Rovaniemi: 428 km
- North Cape, Norway: 569 km
- Helsinki: 1195 km to the South

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