CLIMB THE HIGHEST PEAKS, ENJOY THE SPARKLIEST SNOW
Lapland Hotel Kilpis
UNFORGETTABLE EVENINGS AT KILPISJÄRVI
Visitors to Kilpisjärvi are drawn here by the magnificent scenery or come to pursue their favourite hobby. In the winter, the fells call to ski touring enthusiasts and downhill skiers, who can resort to heli-skiing or a dog team to get to the softest snows. The keenest skiers can even crest summits in the neighbouring countries. The climax of a wintery day will be bathing in the sauna and dipping in a hole cut in the ice on the shores of Lake Kilpisjärvi.
In the summer, Kilpisjärvi is a paradise for hikers, fishermen and motorists. For the latter group, we offer such services as washing facilities for motorbikes and, in the evenings, like-minded company around a barbecue on the shores of Lake Kilpisjärvi.
Are you dreaming of climbing the fell Halti? We will take you from peak to peak. Lapland Safaris also serves visitor groups in the Kilpisjärvi area. We will listen to your wishes and tailor a safari package for your group.
Weekly programme, spring 2015
The sparkling snows of the late winter invite you to go out on a snowmobile excursion, snowshoeing, skiing and all sorts of fun in the snow. In Kilpisjärvi the choice is limitless. Naturally, the sauna will be hot and the ice hole in the lake ready every day of the spring. The guided weekly programmes of activities at Lapland Hotel Kilpis run from the beginning of April.
Please take a look at our weekly programme here»
THE HIGHEST PEAKS, THE SPARKLIEST SNOW
KilpisjärviIn the scenic plateau of Kilpisjärvi, the steep cliffs of Saana rise up out of Lake Kilpisjärvi. Further away Halti, the highest fell in Finland, stands out as a challenge to hikers. The village of Kilpisjärvi has is a welcoming tourist centre that offers experiences in every season. The fell village is set amidst breathtaking scenery right on the border with Norway and Sweden. In this region are found the only fells in Finland that exceed 1,000 metres in height. The snow lingers here well into the summer. Every June, a skiing competition is part of the traditional midsummer celebrations on Saana. True Lapland is an extensive and diverse region that boasts attractions shaped by both nature and mankind. It is well worth several visits.
Lapland Hotel Kilpis opens again on March 9th, 2015.