Lompolo

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The Finnish word ‘lompolo’ means a small lake with a river running through it, and the village of Lompolo offers a magnificent view over the lake towards the Pallastunturi and Ounastunturi fells. According to legend, the area was previously inhabited by the Staalos, nasty goblin-like creatures that were a nuisance to the villagers.

 

Location: Roughly 60 km north of the village of Kittilä.

Population: About 50

Places of interest: The Syväjärvi and Särkijärvi lakes both offer beaches and lakeshore shelters, and Suksijärvi lake has a traditional Lapp teepee shelter on the eastern shore.

Contact information

Lompolo web page (in Finnish)  pulju-lompolo.lappi.fi

 

 

Lompolo village video on YouTube , summer 2011.

 

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Sivua päivitetty: 
3.4.2014