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“snow mobiles” (2 reviews)
“scenery” (2 reviews)
“church” (2 reviews)
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Inari, Finland
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Reviewed 5 February 2017

This lake is very big and, during sub zero temperatures, can be walked on. The forests around provides good hiking, but the actual lake itself is great for a stroll. Quite often, snowmobiles would glide in and given the large surface area, you can see...More

Thank KevinLeung888
Reviewed 30 December 2016 via mobile

As the lake was frozen we went across on Snow mobiles. The scenery was second to none and our guides were fantastic. Stopped off at a quaint little church and a BBQ in the snow and the food was excellent served with hot coffee and...More

Thank Michele B
Reviewed 30 November 2016

Our guide brought us two nights in a row to a bridge on the Lake said to be a good spot for aurora sighting because of the possibility of reflections on its calm waters. Unfortunately, it was overcast both nights and indeed it even snowed...More

Thank Ricky Y
Reviewed 13 February 2016

The lake is also called the Sámi sea due to its vastness - 100km accross! We visited in winter when the lake was frozen. Flying to Ukko's Island by snowmobile sled was unforgettable. The view from the island is magical with the sun glistening At...More

1  Thank TheContinentalCouple
Reviewed 17 October 2014

the boat tour out to a small island is pleasant but gets a little long with repetitive scenery. Clean and crisp, the outside decks offer a good spot to be. Some coffee can be purchased.

Thank KerryandMary
Reviewed 11 September 2014

Cruising with Inari III boat in lake Inari is the most boring cruise like ever! It lasted totally 3 hours, mostly due to terribly slow boat, only 6 knots! 20 min. in the destination, just walk up to the hill (frankly speaking, nothing special to...More

4  Thank Reisenderinna
Reviewed 8 August 2014

It is difficult to put into words just how we felt to stay here albeit for a short while. The lake is simply stunning and to watch the sun go down over it is , well , quite mesmeric. There is also a river boat...More

3  Thank Bob1998
Reviewed 7 July 2014

Lake Inari is beautiful with some fantastic walks in the area. The Lake cruise is also worth doing (22 euros each) but you get a wonderful view of the lake

3  Thank Simon M
Reviewed 17 April 2014

Its just a flat white area, but in there, you can drive snowmobile, you can just walk around and feel the power of nature. and at night, it provides the best area for you to wait for the famous northern light. Even I was unlucky...More

Thank LeoWillow
Reviewed 16 April 2014

The lake was frozen of course, to a depth of about 80 centimetres, and so during the day you will see snow mobiles, skiers, sleds, reindeer, and even a few snow surfers. At night tourists congregate in the pub just off the lake, and when...More

1  Thank pambK5480DQ
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laura m
Hello, Is it possible to self-tour Lake Inari either by foot or some other method (driving the outskirts) in order to visit both the Wilderness Church and Ukko's Rock? Or is the only way to visit these sites by taking a snowmobile tour? If the latter is accurate, are there any recommendations for tour guides? Thanks, Laura
3 March 2017|
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Response from Michele B | Reviewed this property |
I'm sorry but we only went across it on snowmobile. We saw others on the lake but all had snowmobiles. Its a huge lake so not sure how else you would get to the church. We were only there for 4 days and had activities every... More
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