Lemmenjoki National Park
Lemmenjoki beckons those who want a taste of authentic, distant Finland. Poking into the Arctic Circle on the edge of the territory of the Sami reindeer herders, it’s got wooded fells and wide rivers. Wilderness huts dot the vast 1,100 square miles, offering remote spots for hikers to bed down in complete solitude. Just remember that summertime is always light. Wintertime, on the other hand, brings mainly darkness and potential sightings of the Aurora Borealis.