LappeanLohi sits atop a handsome cliff, on the shores of the wild and free-flowing Tornionjoki River, boundary river of Finland and Sweden, and around the halfway point of Lappea’s highly renowned salmon still waters. LappeanLohi is only around 30 kilometres from Kolari (nearest railway station) and approximately 45 kilometres from Pello. You can reach LappeanLohi from Kittilä Airport app. an hour and 15 minutes and from Rovaniemi in approximately 1½ hours.
Accommodation is provided in pleasant rooms with plenty of character in the converted old village school. Accommodation in summertime is also provided in traditional camping cabins, or you can even park your mobile home or caravan in our open grounds. LappeanLohi has a spacious festive hall/conference space for organising parties and meetings, and we provide full service to order, from accommodation to catering. Our cafeteria caters to passing visitors and residents alike, serving homemade pastries and fresh coffee or a cool drink for quenching the thirst. There’s plenty going on in the LappeanLohi grounds during the summertime, as the salmon from the Baltic Sea, Salmo salar, ascends the river for breeding and attracts plenty of fishing enthusiasts. We hire out boats and fishing equipment suitable for salmon fishing, we sell fishing permits, and we can also arrange professional fishing guides to assist you in catching your salmon. In late summer and early autumn when the vibrant autumnal ruska colours the landscapes, Lappean Lohi organises berry and mushroom picking trips, introductions into various handicrafts, or simply relaxation. In the winter it is worth visiting LappeanLohi to search for the Northern Lights, enjoy the true sound of silence and perhaps even take part in a snowmobile safari crossing two nations, as the snowmobile route departs from the grounds.