KEINO into nature

Your way to nature

SER­VICESCON­TACT

KEINO

”Kei­no” stands for means in Fin­nish, and in Lapland it has tra­di­tio­nal­ly sig­ni­fied a trail. KEI­NO into natu­re is your way to come into natu­re.

We pro­vi­de you and your friends with the oppor­tu­ni­ty to disco­ver the untouc­hed nort­hern natu­re. You will be able to expe­rience the pro­found peace that only natu­re can fos­ter.

Wilderness Paddling

Padd­ling is one of the best ways to come into natu­re. If you are loo­king for action and thrill, Lapland rivers and their rapids are the per­fect des­ti­na­tion for you. Alter­na­ti­ve­ly, if you feel like enjo­ying natu­re wit­hout the thrill ele­ment, you will find con­ve­nient padd­ling des­ti­na­tions among Lapland’s count­less lakes and tranquil rivers. Padd­ling makes it easy to obser­ve natu­re and wild­li­fe, and you also get the chance to fish in places not otherwi­se acces­sible. If you would like to simply be and enjoy the peace of natu­re, you will easi­ly find sui­table camp­si­tes along the padd­ling rou­tes.

The waters of Lapland start mel­ting and being rea­dy for the padd­ling sea­son at the end of May. They freeze over again around October–November. Howe­ver, the­re are major annual fluc­tua­tions in the length of the padd­ling sea­son, and the­re are great regio­nal dif­fe­rences. At the begin­ning of the sea­son when the snow is mel­ting, the rivers are full of water and the rapids are strong. By the end of the sum­mer, the water con­tent might be reduced and the rapids might have beco­me roc­ky. It is impor­tant to take the­se chan­ges into con­si­de­ra­tion when plan­ning a river adven­tu­re.

We help you rea­li­se the padd­ling adven­tu­re of your dreams. We offer padd­ling adven­tu­re gear for rent and arran­ge trans­por­ta­tion. We also pro­vi­de sup­port for adven­tu­re plan­ning, and wil­der­ness gui­de ser­vices when nee­ded. On a gui­ded padd­ling adven­tu­re, you will learn about padd­ling tech­niques, the beha­viour of streams, safe­ty, and gene­ral hiking skills.

Here you will find infor­ma­tion about rou­tes and gear, as well as the regu­la­tions regar­ding Fin­nish natu­re: www.nationalparks.fi/web/outdoors.fi

Wilderness Paddling

Padd­ling is one of the best ways to come into natu­re. If you are loo­king for action and thrill, Lapland rivers and their rapids are the per­fect des­ti­na­tion for you. Alter­na­ti­ve­ly, if you feel like enjo­ying natu­re wit­hout the thrill ele­ment, you will find con­ve­nient padd­ling des­ti­na­tions among Lapland’s count­less lakes and tranquil rivers. Padd­ling makes it easy to obser­ve natu­re and wild­li­fe, and you also get the chance to fish in places not otherwi­se acces­sible. If you would like to simply be and enjoy the peace of natu­re, you will easi­ly find sui­table camp­si­tes along the padd­ling rou­tes.

The waters of Lapland start mel­ting and being rea­dy for the padd­ling sea­son at the end of May. They freeze over again around October–November. Howe­ver, the­re are major annual fluc­tua­tions in the length of the padd­ling sea­son, and the­re are great regio­nal dif­fe­rences. At the begin­ning of the sea­son when the snow is mel­ting, the rivers are full of water and the rapids are strong. By the end of the sum­mer, the water con­tent might be reduced and the rapids might have beco­me roc­ky. It is impor­tant to take the­se chan­ges into con­si­de­ra­tion when plan­ning a river adven­tu­re.

We help you rea­li­se the padd­ling adven­tu­re of your dreams. We offer padd­ling adven­tu­re gear for rent and arran­ge trans­por­ta­tion. We also pro­vi­de sup­port for adven­tu­re plan­ning, and wil­der­ness gui­de ser­vices when nee­ded. On a gui­ded padd­ling adven­tu­re, you will learn about padd­ling tech­niques, the beha­viour of streams, safe­ty, and gene­ral hiking skills.

Here you will find infor­ma­tion about rou­tes and gear, as well as the regu­la­tions regar­ding Fin­nish natu­re: www.nationalparks.fi/web/outdoors.fi

Hiking

Hiking by foot is a simple and the most tra­di­tio­nal way to come into natu­re. Natu­ral­ly, it requi­res some fit­ness, but not special skills. By hiking, it is pos­sible to reach almost any des­ti­na­tion, as long as your gear, fit­ness, atti­tu­de, and cam­ping skills are on a suf­ficient level. In case you lack any basic skills, you are welco­me to turn to our gui­ding ser­vices.

We offer you help with the plan­ning of your hike and arran­ge trans­por­ta­tion to hiking des­ti­na­tions. On a gui­ded hike, you will have the oppor­tu­ni­ty to easi­ly and safe­ly prac­tice your hiking skills and deve­lop them furt­her. As a result, you will disco­ver a new world of hiking whe­re you have the free­dom and capa­bi­li­ty to hike to whe­re­ver your heart desi­res.

Backcountry Skiing

Backcount­ry skiing requi­res a right kind of atti­tu­de, know­led­ge of natu­re, appropria­te gear, and sur­vi­val skills. Kee­ping the­se aspects in mind whi­le ente­ring the win­te­ry natu­re, you will most cer­tain­ly be retur­ning with a good bunch of unfor­get­table memo­ries. Natu­re in the win­ter is deman­ding, but it will also reward the ones to explo­re it.

We orga­ni­se trans­por­ta­tion of cus­to­mers and gear, as well as gui­ded adven­tu­res to win­ter hike des­ti­na­tions. On our gui­ded skiing adven­tu­res, your most impor­tant piece of gear is the right atti­tu­de. As the adven­tu­re progres­ses, you will gra­dual­ly accu­mu­la­te any pre­vious­ly lac­king know­led­ge of over­night cam­ping, food mana­ge­ment, snow con­di­tions, and navi­ga­tion.

Backcountry Skiing

Backcount­ry skiing requi­res a right kind of atti­tu­de, know­led­ge of natu­re, appropria­te gear, and sur­vi­val skills. Kee­ping the­se aspects in mind whi­le ente­ring the win­te­ry natu­re, you will most cer­tain­ly be retur­ning with a good bunch of unfor­get­table memo­ries. Natu­re in the win­ter is deman­ding, but it will also reward the ones to explo­re it.

We orga­ni­se trans­por­ta­tion of cus­to­mers and gear, as well as gui­ded adven­tu­res to win­ter hike des­ti­na­tions. On our gui­ded skiing adven­tu­res, your most impor­tant piece of gear is the right atti­tu­de. As the adven­tu­re progres­ses, you will gra­dual­ly accu­mu­la­te any pre­vious­ly lac­king know­led­ge of over­night cam­ping, food mana­ge­ment, snow con­di­tions, and navi­ga­tion.