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Welcome to hunt the magical Northern lights to Lucky ranch and the frozen lake Pyhäjärvi! With open landscape, Lucky ranch is an excellent place to spot the Northern lights as we are away from city lights. At the Northern Lights tour, we walk to the frozen lake Pyhäjärvi to enjoy of a northern sky. Our local guide will tell you the stories about the Northern lights while enjoying cozily by the open fire in a wooden hut. During the tour, you will also meet the animals of the ranch.
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The Northern lights season in Lapland is from the end of August to mid-April. This tour is a great night program for all wanting to enjoy the Lappish night with the local guides. The Northern Lights are a natural phenomenon, and during the tour, you have a chance to observe them, but unfortunately, we cannot guarantee seeing the Northern lights.
Lucky Ranch is located near Pyhä-Luosto National park at the lake Pyhäjärvi, only 10 minutes drive from the year-round activity resort and ski resort Pyhätunturi. You reach us by car, or when booking a tour with us, you can book pick up (return transfer) either from Pyhätunturi or Luosto.
The nearest airport is in Rovaniemi, approximately 1,5 – 2 hours' drive to Pyhätunturi, and the nearest railway station is in Kemijärvi from where there is a bus connection to Pyhätunturi. (Please always check the public timetable in advance. We are also glad to help you with planning your trip to us!) Welcome!
What do I need to bring?
Please wear warm winter clothing: we highly recommend merino wool underlayer, fleece/ wool mid-layer, woolen socks, a warm hat, warm gloves, and a scarf/neckwarmer. If you need anything, please ask in advance. We might have some spare winter clothes to borrow.