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Meet Sophie – A Girl who Conquered Lapland

This epic winter expedition involved a select group of outdoor enthusiasts from around the world who spent three months in Finnish Lapland experiencing the wonders and challenges of winter. One of the explorers was Sophie Nolan the UK. See how she sums up her unforgettable experience in the …

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Snowsurfing Finnish Lapland

Snowsurfing is as much about spending time in Finnish Lapland’s winter wonderland, as it is about the thrill of sliding down hills.

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The Wooden towns of Finland

In a country of such abundant forests, Finland has been built mostly from wood all the way up to the last century. Still dotting the countryside today exist entire wooden towns that sit nearly as they did hundreds of years ago. A visit to one of these historic places is like entering a living time capsule into Finland's past.

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Finnish Summer Food

While Finnish winter staples such as hearty stews keep us warm during the cold months, we prefer our summer food to be light, fresh and easy to prepare.

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Helsinki Goes Vegan

Somewhat surprisingly, vegan food has become one of the biggest global trends in contemporary societies. Finland is no exception: our supermarkets have been flooding with interesting new plant-based products, more and more restaurants are becoming vegan-friendly, and our number one food export might soon be Pulled Oats. Seriously! Being …

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Biking and Skating the Archipelago Trail

Every skateboarder is an explorer, and finding new spots to skate, film and photograph is an essential part of the sport. Our culture is also deeply visual, so the more exotic and rare the spot, the more appealing it is. This led our crew of six on a voyage …

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Meet Yuichi – the master of polar night

Even though many people associate the aurora with cold and snowy winter scenery, the most active seasons are actually autumn and spring when the earth’s orientation towards the sun maximises the probability of solar flares interacting with the planet’s magnetic field to generate this phenomenon.

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Autumn and Spring – the Best Aurora Seasons

Even though many people associate the aurora with cold and snowy winter scenery, the most active seasons are actually autumn and spring when the earth’s orientation towards the sun maximises the probability of solar flares interacting with the planet’s magnetic field to generate this phenomenon.

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Meet Sophie – A Girl who Conquered Lapland Snowsurfing Finnish Lapland The Wooden towns of Finland Finnish Summer Food Helsinki Goes Vegan Biking and Skating the Archipelago Trail Revontulet “Fox Fires” Meet Yuichi – the master of polar night Autumn and Spring – the Best Aurora Seasons