Hop on fatbike and experience the future of trail riding.

Once-in-a-lifetime cycling tour in the picturesque national park. Fatbiking is the one of the best ways to move in winter conditions and lots of fun too! Due to wide, well-gripping tyres, bikes run smooth also on soft snow.

If you like to make your experience a bit easier, you can join our electric fatbike tour. Thanks to electric power unit, an e-fatbike flattens the uphills. However, the joy of pedalling is not taken away. It is up to you, how much assistance you want to use while riding.

During this adventure we ride beautiful cycling trails of Pyhä national park and in authentic taiga forest. Great way to experience the best sceneries and landscapes of Pyhä national park and ride along next to giant fells.
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from 82 € / person
For the single bookings, please contact us by email and we will make a reservation for you!

Adventure info

Length: 2,5 hours
Start: 11:30 or 14:30
Operated: Every day
Team: max. 8 persons / tour (minimum 2 persons)
Available: 1st December – 15th April
What is included:
  • professional biking guide
  • fatbike adventure in Pyhä
  • helmet
  • hot beverages
  • tips for winter riding
Make sure you have suitable personal clothing for winter weather including warm boots, hat and gloves or mittens. Please consider bringing some snacks like nuts or chocolate.
  • Regular fat bike: 82 € / person
  • E-fat bike: 109 € / person
This adventure takes place in Pyhä national park, 130km away from Rovaniemi (approx. 1,5 hour drive). Meeting point will be in reception of Hotel Pyhätunturi.

You can travel to Pyhä by bus from Rovaniemi bus station. You can take morning bus 8:50am to reach Pyhä. If you need help with the bus schedules or prices, please contact us!

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National park fatbike adventure

from 82 € / person
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