Tiny quarter 2 km
The Siberian Husky is a native of Northeast Siberia. At the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries the Eskimos, indigenous people living in the area, used dog sleds as means of transportation.
In this activity you can experience the old way of transportation and get memorable moments and thrill of speed sitting pulled by a husky team! The dogs love running from the bottom of their hearts. I am sure that you can see it, too, from their happy faces and eager howling’s.
Our guides will show you how the dogs are prepared for the safari and you even get to try the harnessing yourself if you like! While the others are enjoying their ride, you can warm up by an open fire with warm juice while our guide tells interesting stories about our lovely dogs.
After the safari you'll get to know the other residents of the kennel, and the dog team who offered the ride is also ready for some kisses and photos.
Asking for Ahti´s treats
In prehistoric Finland fishing was the main industry and now you are able to experience how good of a fisherman (or a woman) you are! The local guide will give you hints and tell stories about fishing, while you can relax and enjoy the
beautiful scenery of Hotel Metsähirvas.
Because the river is frozen, the activity starts with drilling a hole in the ice. While waiting the fish to bite you will hear how the locals live here and what fishing really means for Finnish people. You will also learn about Ahti, the god or possessor of water in Finnish folklore and ancient religion.
Survivor of Hotel Metsähirvas
Ever wanted to take part in the well-known tv-show, Survivor? Now you have a good chance to learn how to live in the wild and see how you would cope in that series!
Because Lapland is quite far from everything the locals have been forced to know all the basic skills to survive in the nature of Lapland (at least in the old days). Are you ready to experience something truly amazing?
Our local guide will teach you all the necessary skills, from building a fire to eating and drinking from nature. What an adventure! In the end, one of you will be nominated to be the Survivor of Hotel Metsähirvas and receive a little trophy.
Let the adventure begin!
Did you know that Lapland is all about the contrasts: summers are bright and winters are dark? In the summer, the sun does not set at all and in the winter, the sun barely comes up. Another fascinating fact, in Finland the air is cleanest in the world. Come and experience it while hiking in the most beautiful nature.
Let’s go for a walk in the forest! While hiking our guide will tell you about the beautiful nature of Lapland and you will understand what nature really means to Finnish people. Breathe the fresh air and calm yourself in the silence of nature. During the walk the guide will take photos so you will have a lovely memory of this trip. What a perfect way to explore Finland and enjoy the beautiful surroundings of Hotel Metsähirvas!
Winter fun day
Want to get the same feeling as when you were a child and there was no television or internet? Here in Finland it meant that everyone was playing outside with each other, having the best time ever! This activity is ideal for families and for everyone who wants to have a taste of pure fun outdoors.
We have gathered you several things, so you can get great memories of this unforgettable day. We have a toboggan slide, which is probably one of the funniest things to do in winter! Also, you get to build your own snowman, try some kick sledding and skiing with old fashioned skis. The day can’t get any better than this!
Come and join us in this unforgettable day and share it with your loved
Chasing after the lights
The Northern Lights have always been amazed and even feared. There are many folk stories associated with this mystical phenomenon. Come and be surprised with the stories and this beautiful sight. Lapland is one of the best places to see the Northern Lights, and while hunting them, you can enjoy the most enchanting surroundings!
First, you will have a ride from the hotel with the sled in the forest. Then you will be given snowshoes to put on and you will walk with them through the forest to Laavu. It feels wonderful to warm up by an open fire in the nature and enjoy the stories our guide is telling us. What a perfect evening!
Temptating the fox
Did you know that the Northern Lights are associated with a fox? In some old stories a fox rubs its side in a mountain and it makes sparks fly like the Northern Lights in the sky. Come and learn more about these wonderful stories!
Experience this magical activity with our professional guide and a charming husky, who also will be entertaining you. While hunting the Lights, you can spend time with the husky and give some kisses to it.
Depending on the weather, maybe with moon, stars and even the Northern Lights lightening our way in a snowy-white nature, we will walk to Laavu, where you can warm up by an open fire. We will make a stick bun over the fire, an old-fashioned Finnish treat + hot chocolate and campfire coffee. Doesn’t it just sound amazing, you can eat these delicious treats while – if we are lucky! - admiring the wonderful lights of the sky.
The magnificent mystery
The emergence of Northern Lights has long been a great mystery to mankind, but thanks to advancement in science, we now have a comprehensive understanding of the origin of the Northern Lights. Come and find out this mystery and take wonderful photos while solving it!
We will drive to a viewpoint, where we have the best chance to see the Northern Lights. If Lapland’s magic is on our side, we may admire the fascinating lights while enjoying the traditional barbeque. What a perfect way to end the day!
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