Welcome to Pyhä
Pyhä is easily accessible by train. The nearest railway stations are Kemiärvi and Rovaniemi, and there are year-round bus connections to Pyhä from both locations. A car train is an easy way to travel with the whole family. If your holiday plans for the summer or the autumn remain open, here are a few good reasons to come to Pyhä.
Pyhä-Luosto National Park
National parks are Finland's treasure troves of nature. One of the best: Pyhä-Luosto National Park is located at Pyhhä-Luosto at the hub of highways 4 and 5, in the middle of some of the most beautiful areas of Finnish Lapland.
The Visitor and Culture Centre Naava is one of the best places to start a day of hiking in the park. At Naava you can get up-to-date information on local conditions, and at the same time you can acquaint yourself with the nature and cultural history of the area.
Pyhä Scenery Lift
Even in the summer it is possible to admire scenery that opens up at the peak of the fell with the two-seated Vintage ski lift. The summit restaurant Tsoka is worth a visit for mouth-watering waffles. The return trip is possible either on the lift, or on foot, down the service road.
Frisbee® Golf Course at Pyhä
The 18-hole disc golf range is located near the family slopes, and is a versatile course for players of all ages with fairways ranging between 60 and 240 metres in length. Disc golf or "Frisbee® golf" has rapidly become a hobby for the whole family and a popular summer pastime. The course is free of charge, so come and play!
Pyhä summer: www.pyha.fi
Pyhä winter: ski.pyha.fi
Rovaniemi and Kemijärvi are the closest train stations
You can get to Pyhä first by travelling to Kemijärvi or Rovaniemi by train. From Kemijärvi and Rovaniemi there is transport to Pyhä and back.Bus timetables: matkahuolto.fi.