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AT Nature

AT Nature is located in the province of Lapland in Inari. AT Nature is a family business offering activities and experiences as well as accommodation. Guided nature tours are organized in Inari to the Muotkatunturi wilderness area, Lemmenjoki National Park and the areas between them. The activities are carried out in small groups (2–6 people) or privately in peaceful wilderness far from tourist centers. We arrange transportation from the village of Inari. Welcome to get to know the nature of Lapland and the life of local biologists!


Snowshoe trip to winter woods of Inari

Snowshoe walk takes you into the ancient woods along lakes and mystic mires. The forest we see belongs to the oldest forests in Lapland. First, we drive from village Inari about 20 min to our home. On the way, we can see the beautiful landscape of the lake Muddus, the wilderness area Muotkatunturi and the river Kettujoki (weather permitting). During the snowshoe walk, we observe possible animal tracks and nearby feeding birds. Siberian Jay and Siberian Tit are commonly around, and with good luck, we might see even Elk and Mountain Hare during the walk.

Aurora adventure and home visit

Aurora adventure in the remote area of Inari brings you to the best places to chase Northern lights comfortably, far away from light pollution. We will pick you up from Inari village to our home, where the adventure begins. The transfer takes about 20 minutes, and on the way, there are good locations to stop to watch the Northern lights if they are in the sky already. The adventure continues with a unique sleigh ride to the best locations for watching and photographing the Northern lights if they are around. We also set a campfire to barbecue some snacks. In our glass-roof sleigh, you can enjoy the arctic night sky safe from wind and freezing temperatures.

Glass-roof sleigh ride and traditional winter net fishing

Glass-roof sleigh ride and traditional winter net fishing starts from Inari village, where we pick you up to our home next to the wilderness.

Then you enjoy a sleigh ride in a heated glass roof sleigh. Winter clothing is still needed, though. The journey goes along ancient boreal forests and mire. Finally, you reach the beautiful Lake Muddus, where you learn the local way of winter net fishing under the ice cover.

You also can try traditional ice fishing with line and rod. Before driving back to our home, you enjoy a barbecue lunch and coffee/tea on the frozen lake.

Winter Combi: Glass-root sleigh ride, winter net fishing and reindeer

We pick you up from Inari to our home in the remote village of Tirro, where the sleigh ride begins. Our glass-roof sleigh is windproof and heated, so that you can enjoy a long safari in the shelter. Winter clothing is still needed, though. Our journey goes through an ancient boreal forest where we explore tracks of wildlife. Elks, capercaillies, hares, foxes and willow grouses are living in the woods and lakeshores.

Finally, the sleigh ride takes us to a beautiful lake nearby, where we learn the local way of winter net fishing under the ice cover. We enjoy campfire lunch and coffee/tea before we ride to a local farm with reindeer. On the farm, you learn about reindeer and get the chance to feed the reindeer yourself.

Birding in Inari

Join us for the bird walk in Inari to observe local birds, which we help to survive the long winter by feeding them. The walk begins in our backyard where Siberian Jay, Siberian Tit and Great Tit are commonly around. If we are lucky we might even see Three-toed Woodpecker, Capercaillie and/or Willow Grouse. By mid-February or early March we start looking for first Pine Grosbeaks to return. Other regular guests at the feeding site are e.g. Bullfinch, Common and Arctic Redpolls, Greenfinch, Siskin and Brambling.

Explore ancient forest and mire

Nature walk takes you into the ancient woods along lakes and mystic mires. The forest we see belongs to the oldest forests in Lapland. You learn about arctic nature, its plants, birds and other animals.

Upon arrival you get to know more about our home and lifestyle in the Arctic where bush craft skills are part of everyday life. This place is tranquil; we even cannot see the lights of our nearest neighbor. During the walk we do birdwatching and plant identification. If we are lucky, we might see e.g. Siberian Jay, Pine Grosbeak and Capercaillie.

5-hour Canoeing trip whit a local biologist in Inari

Canoeing on a river is an excellent and unique way to observe the nature of Northern Lapland and Inari. Paddling is easy to learn, so this trip suits well for everyone interested in nature and outdoor activities, even if it was your first time in a canoe.

We pick you up from Inari village to the starting point of the canoeing trip.

While canoeing an easy part of river Vaskojoki, we observe the wildlife and vegetation of river banks. Vaskojoki river runs between the National park of Lemmenjoki and the Wilderness area of Muotkatunturi. Birds are active and easier to follow in spring-summer when arctic nature awakens after long winter. In September, we can admire autumn colours along the river. We also land during our trip to enjoy an open fire snack lunch and to have a short walk on one of the ancient forests beside a river. On request, you can end your trip with a husky camp visit (additional cost).

AT Nature has been granted the certificate of the Organic Tourism Association. In addition, AT Nature has the Sustainable Travel Finland label awarded by Visit Finland.


Log cabin, LapinTintti, provides a tranquil and relaxing experience for all nature enthusiasts. The spacious custom-built cabin has traditional wood burning stove in sauna, water saving shower and faucet and an eco-friendly composting toilet. The living room has a small wood burning stove and large windows to the northern directions which is ideal for admiring Aurora borealis if they are around. In summer season you can adore the Midnight Sun instead. The small kitchenette has fridge, coffee maker and double induction cooking plates. The beds are on a small loft. The electricity we use is renewable. The cabin is located on the shore of a shallow lake (not suitable for swimming, for bird watching)


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