Went for a 3 hour trip on a traditional Finnish sled pulled by a beautiful Norwegian Fjord horse. Extremely comfortable with reindeer skins to sit on, and our driver Satu, who is a native Sami, told us many stories about the history of the church and how it was the winter centre for the Sami people so many hundreds of years ago. We traveled across the frozen lake and thru the forest, just like a winter postcard. The church itself is set in amazing wilderness, with a fire close by for Finnish sausages, hot juice and biscuits. Would recommend this to anyone with a sense of history and adventure!
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