A perfect activity for families who love to be active and outdoors. Explore some of the most spectacular and untouched spots of Lapland.
Snow-shoes spread your weight over a wider area, letting you walk through deeper snow without sinking too far. The indigenous Sámi people used similar shoes for hunting trips, to help them get around in tricky terrain.
Santa's Magic - duration and pricing
The duration of the experience is 1 hour and prices are £38 per adult (12+) and £25 per child (6-11).
Santa's Aurora - duration and pricing
The duration of the experience is 2 hours and prices are £64 per adult (12+) and £47 per child (6-11).
They’re now used for fun and you can experience snowshoeing for yourself - use the straps to secure them to your boots. You’ll have two ski poles to help you balance, so you can concentrate on the nature and the beauty around you.
Before you set off, we’ll explain exactly how the snow-shoes work and the best techniques.
- Snow-shoeing is generally slower than walking, but they let you go where you like - uphill, downhill or into fresh snow.
- Using snow-shoes is easy. All you need is reasonable balance and your thermal suit, which you’ll get when you arrive in Lapland.
- If you’re a beginner, it’s best to stick to the marked trails.
- If you feel like making fresh tracks through deep and unbroken snow, you could climb a small peak for some fantastic views, but your guide will be with you the whole time.
- There are different snowshow styles but most have spikes on the bottom to avoid slipping and will let your heel move up and down to make it easier to walk. The snow-shoe is also turned up at the front for going downhill.
How to book our snow-shoeing adventure
Book at the same time as your holiday, after you've booked via 'Manage Your Booking' or call us.
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Flights, transfers, half-board accommodation, a fun-filled activity trip and snowsuits are all included.
Seeing Lapland in the snow is all part of the experience, so if we decide that there’s not enough snow, you can change your travel dates, within the same season, or get a full refund.
A remote spot in the far north of Finland, 200km above the Arctic Circle among the snowy trees of Saariselkä.