Autumn in the arctic is a season of blazing trails, sensational sunsets and spectacular northern-lights.
Northern Lights Hunting
Blazing Trails Week
|Week 38:||Sept. 17th - 23rd||Sept. 17th - 23rd||Places Available|
|Week 39:||Sept. 24th - 30th||Sept. 24th - 30th||Places Available|
|Week 40:||Oct. 1st - 7th||Oct. 1st - 7th||Places Available|
|Week 41:||Oct. 8th - 14th||Oct. 8th - 14th||Places Available|
|Week 42:||Oct. 15th - 21st||Oct. 15th - 21st||Places Available|
|Week 43:||Oct. 22nd - 28th||Oct. 22nd - 28th||Places Available|
|Week 44:||Oct. 29th - Nov. 4th||Oct. 29th - Nov. 4th||Places Available|
Autumn is also a glorious time to visit this region because of the fall colours. Indeed, Lapland gets more Finnish tourists at this time of year than at any other. There are no longer any mosquitos around and the colours of the landscape are magnificent. Nights can already be sub-zero in September and mornings will be crisp and cool, sometimes with a layer of hoar frost on the ground. Daytime temperatures are pleasant although these get progressively colder until there is permanent snow cover on the ground and we switch to sleigh training.