Hakusanalla 'hiking' löytyi 12 hostellia.
The hostel is part of the Virpiniemi Sport Institute, located in the municipality of Haukipudas and the village of Kello, about 23 kilometres (14.5 miles) north of the city of Oulu. The hostel offers great opportunities for outdoor sport and hiking. In winter the place becomes a ski resort. There is also a barbecue area and, for children’s enjoyment, an adventure forest.
Fell Centre Kiilopää is the gateway to Urho Kekkonen National Park. Fell Centre offers cozy accommodation, tasty food, guided skiing, snowshoeing and hiking trips. Unforgettable moments can be experienced by swimming in an arctic fell stream and bathing in a genuine smoke sauna. During high tourist season guided skiing and snowshoeing tours are free for guests staying in Fell Centre Kiilopää. Guided tours are arranged from Sunday to Friday from the beginning of February to early May and during the height of the autumn season. Kiilopää is an ideal place for people who enjoy arctic nature, outdoor activities and stillness. Skiing tracks (about 190 kilometres) and hiking trails start from the courtyard. Kiilopää area provides the change to experience the real Lapland! In youth hostel Ahopää there are 5 rooms for 4 persons, 2 for 6 persons and 2 for two persons. Rooms are with bunkbeds, toilets on the corridor. There is common kitchen and drying cabinets in the same building. Linen and towels, sauna in the evenings and final cleaning are included to the accommodation price. All the rooms are smoke free.
A rustic meeting, dining and holiday centre in the Kalajoki sand dunes. In addition to the main building, the farmyard has several farm buildings: Wäentupa, an imposing loft and storehouses of various sizes. Hostel accommodation with en-suite facilities in Hostel Pytinki.
Matkatupa is situated by the southern shore of Lake Kemijärvi. Good swimming beach, fishing grounds and cloudberry bogs nearby. Fishing licenses are available at the hostel. Free use of boat for our guests. The area is also well suitable for caravanners. State hunting grounds nearby. If necessary, the guests will be called for at Kemijärvi railway or bus station.
The lighthouse island of Tankar is a tiny island, about 1 km x 0,5 km. It is situated in the outer archipelago, about 17 km from Kokkola. The landmark of the isle is the 27 m high lighthouse from 1889. It is still in use. There is a nature trail around the island. You can free visit the old fischermen´s church from 1754 and the Seal hunting museum. Cafe Tankar is fully licensed
summer restaurant, where you get f.ex. delicious fish soup. The hostel Tankar Inn has 5 double rooms, a modern kitchen, shower and toilet to use.
The historic lighhouse keepers houses can accommodate further 40 visitors.
To Tankar there are 2-3 daily connections from Kokkola camping onboard m/s Jenny (177 passangers) and m/s Jaana (80 passangers. The voyage Kokkola-Tankar is 1 h 30 min. Accommodation on Tankar and the voyage you can
book from Kokkolan Matkailu Oy (Kokkola City tourist office) on the Kokkola market square.
The municipality of Nagu (or Nauvo) is located in the middle of the beautiful Turku archipelago. The surroundings are ideal for rest and relaxation, but offer plenty to do also for a more active holidaymaker. You can go fishing, hiking, cycling, paddling and, of course, sailing or boating.
The country hostel Hirvikoski is located in the West of Finland, in the municipality of Toholampi and the village of Sykäräinen, by the river Lestijoki. The hostel is open all year round, also at Christmas.
The hostel has apartment units, each with two twin rooms that share a shower and a toilet. The rates include bed linen, towel and breakfast. We also have a slide for wheelchairs and a disabled toilet. For guests’ comfort we have a lounge, TV, WiFi and an internet-connected computer as well as a laundry room. Meals are available by arrangement.
The hostel’s location near the upper stream of river Lestijoki provides inexpensive accommodation for those wishing to explore the surrounding rapids, bogs and wilderness.
Matkailutila Haapamäki is located in a beautiful rural setting in the village of Vaskivesi, about 19 kilometres (12 miles) from the town of Virrat and in the middle of the Finnish Lake District. The long and winding waterways with their numerous canals are a memorable experience for those paddling or sailing in this area. Virrat is a town that has many beautiful villas, and the rich cultural heritage offers plenty to see and do, which makes Virrat a popular destination.
Timitra Hostel operates in North Karelia in Lieksa town about 1 mile from the town centre close to Lieksanjoki river.
The castle like building was originally designed to serve as the national training centre of the Finnish Border Guard. This gives the hostel a masculine atmosphere.
The accommodation facilities are on the second floor and consist of rooms for groups of 4 to 5 people as well as double and single rooms. On this floor there is also a spacious sauna area with showers and toilets. On the first floor there is a café restaurant.
Ski Hostel Ruka is situated in the Ruka Ski Resort near the town of Kuusamo. The slopes start from the doorsteps of the hostel. You can choose from the popular ‘Saarua slope’ or the traditional ‘Vuosseli slope’. Or you can try several other slopes a bit further away. There are also activities available especially for the kids at the ‘Rosa & Rudolf Adventure Route’ by the Vuosseli slope. Snowboarders will love ‘Battery Park’ at Saarua.
If you don’t have your own skiing equipment, don’t worry, you can rent equipment near the hostel. And also those who enjoy cross-country skiing will be happy to see the tracks right by the hostel as well as a snowmobile route. During summertime the hiking possibilities are endless! The most popular hiking route in Kuusamo – if not in the whole country – ‘Karhunkierros Trail’ (Bear’s Trail) runs next to the hostel.
Ski Hostel Ruka has rooms for 1 to 4 people. Each room is 22 square metres in size and contains a double bed and a sofa-bed. Each room also has their own kitchenette, which includes a fridge, microwave oven, cooker and coffee machine. All rooms have their own bathroom, TV, drying cabinet (for clothes) and Wifi.
Ski Hostel Ruka operates in the same premises as ‘Vuosselin Helmi’ accommodation services. The hostel is open daily from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. from November to April. From May until the end of October it has a 24-hour phone service. The reception is adjacent to ‘Wings Bar Restaurant’ on the ground floor of the building. Breakfast is available for groups when booked in advance. The restaurant area can also be used as a conference room for up to 50 people.
In the same building as the hostel you will also find an activity holiday company ‘Lapin Huuma’, which offers a wide range of activities and adventures around the year.
Linnansaari National Park in the middle of Lake Haukivesi, a part of greater Saimaa Lake complex, represents Finnish lakeland at its best. With its hundreds of islands and broad open waters it is a paradise for boaters. The main island, Linnansaari, has marked hiking trails with many interesting sights.
On Linnansaari Island, at Sammakkoniemi camping, there are 5 huts, a small cafeteria, campfire places, cooking shelter, sauna, well and dry toilets. There is no electricity on the island.
Levi is the largest ski resort in Finnish Lapland with a wide selection of services and activities available around the year.
Hostel Hullu Poro is situated 2 kilometres from the Levi centre. In one apartment there are 2 bedrooms with 2 separate beds, shared kitchen with living room and bathroom.
The reception of Hotel Hullu Poro serves hostel guests too.