See this log cabin at Karesuvanto, which is 330 kilometers from Rovaniemi and 88 kilometers from Muonio. The cottage is situated on the 250-meter-wide River Muonionjoki, which separates Finland from Sweden. The river has a deep, natural state shore on one side. Salmon-bearing River Muonionjoki flows into River Tornionjoki. There is a rowboat and two life vests in the cabin. A paneled interior and a 2017 construction date distinguish this wood cabin.
There is a kitchen, a living area with a sofa bed, a bathroom with a shower and a toilet, and a covered patio at this cottage. An additional mattress can be placed on the floor to create a makeshift bed. In the little kitchen of the log cabin, you’ll find two stovetop burners but no oven. There is stowage space beneath the seats. There is a metal fireplace in the log cabin, as well as window coverings that can be drawn for privacy, a ball barbecue grill, and outdoor patio furniture. The log cabin comes fully equipped with all the comforts of home: fresh sheets and towels, electricity (including heating and hot water), a stove, a water line from the well, a shower, a toilet, a sink, a single electric hot plate (but no oven), a refrigerator, a microwave, a TV, a radio, a charcoal grill, and a canoe.
You should know that the water coming out of the tap comes from the property’s well, and that iron in the water can sometimes give it an off flavor or odor. This, however, has been thoroughly tested, and it poses no health risks to users. Visitors to the log cabin are welcome to bring their own supplies of drinking water. The log cabin has a power line running right in front of it. The conveniences of both Karesuvanto and Sweden’s Karesuando villages are within easy driving distance of the property. The town of Karesuvanto, where the cabin is located, has a convenience store, a café, and gas stations. There is a charging station for electric vehicles in Neste Karesuvanto (about 950 meters away). Just 2 to 3 kilometers separate you from the Sweden Karesuando stores, restaurants, and services, and the border crossing is about 1.5 kilometers away. There are two pairs of snowshoes among the lodge’s equipment. The owner can act as a guide for your fishing or safari adventure. If you’re interested in renting a kayak, you should get in touch with the owner as early as possible.
Areas 12 kilometers in length in both the 1550 Lataseno and 2502 Tornionjoki-Muonionjoki-Konkamaeno fishing license zones are available. Ducks and only willow grouse are legal targets in the 1614 Hetta-Karesuvanto, 1615 Nakkala, and 1613 Kasivarsi small game hunting license area. Kultima, an ancient Lapp settlement, 30 kilometers away; Kilpisjarvi, 108 kilometers away; Hannu’s Reindeer Farm, located near the village of Kuttanen (tourism services). The cottage is accessible year-round by driving.
Karesuvanto, often spelled Kaaresuvanto, is a settlement in the Finnish Lapland region of Enontekio municipality. The Muonio River, which forms the western border between Finland and Sweden, flows through the area. On the Swedish side of the river is where you’ll find the quaint little town of Karesuando. For drivers coming from Sweden, this is the farthest north they can go. The Tarvantovaara Nature Preserve is close by. On the Swedish side of the river is where you’ll find the quaint little town of Karesuando.
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