We have now put together a new paddling adventure that we like to call Tundra to Taiga!
We will start our adventure in Kilpisjärvi in the north and arrive with our canoes in Muonio 6 days later, you want to join us?
Then head over to our Packages page here on the website or just send us a email on email@example.com and we will make sure to help you with all the information you need!
Its finaly June and the summer slowly starts to show it signs also in Lapland. The water in the rivers are at this point rising quite fast thanks to the last snow melting in the mountains, the water levels should however be on a normal level in 2-3 weeks from now.
Are you heading towards Lapland this summer for any kind of paddling? Make sure to contact in that case and we will do our best to help you in any kind of way with your Lapland adventure!
Paddling is of course a main part of Arctic Canoe Route, however food is a another very important part during our tours.
Arctic Canoe Route is following one of the cleanest rivers in Europe and also one of the best rivers for fishin with high amount of for exampel salmon rising up each summer.
We are therefore trying to live of the nature as much as we can during our tours. Nothing is better then a fish caught and grilled at the shore or just a cup of coffe made directly from the water in the river.
Arctic Canoe Route will during 9-11 march have a fair stand during the Explore Outdoor fair in Stockholm. Be sure to pass by if you are in Stockholm during the weekend!
You will find us in the stand B03:24
One of the best thing with Scandinavia and Lapland is that we have something called “Allemansrätten” or Freedom to roam. When you go along the Arctic Canoe Route you have Sweden on one side of the river and Finland on the other this means that we are allowed to go a shore wherever we want and put up our camp. Allemansrätten also gives us the permission to pick berries och mushrooms. All of this gives us of course also the responsibilty to take care of the nature, animals and peopel working in it so the next person that comes to the area can have the same wounderful experience of a untouched nature that Lapland gives.