Rock Climbing trips – Finland

Discover top-notch rock climbing and take advantage of nearly endless sunlight when you head to Finland!

Explore some of Finland’s beautiful scenery and make some great ascents along the way. From sport and trad to scrambling and bouldering, there’s plenty to climb if you know where to look!

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Any rock climbing trip to Finland is bound to begins with a flight into the capital, Helsinki. While you’re there, take a day or two to explore this vibrant place. Take in some of the architecture by visiting the houses of parliament before heading to Temppeliaukio Kirkko, an underground church.

Once you’ve had your fill of the capital, it is time to head out for some rock climbing. One of the country’s top spots, Kakarsberget, is only 30 minutes away by car. Here you’ll feel far away from civilization and get to enjoy 15-meter cracks, faces, chimneys and probably the biggest flake in the country.

Heading farther north yields even more rock climbing as well. Head to Lappi Crag farther north for some more beautiful scenery complemented by excellent bouldering and scrambling too.

 

 

Good to Know

 

What’s the weather like?

During the summer, the south of Finland, where much of the rock climbing in the country takes place, is not as cold as you’d expect. Average daily temperatures range from 10 °C to 16 °C. However, the summer is also one of the wetter times of year, with average rainfall of between 50 and 60 mm per month.

How do I get there:

Most trips to Finland will begin with a flight into Helsinki’s International Airport (HEL). Most guides will opt to meet you in Helsinki for trips in the surrounding area. For trips farther north, you will likely need to make a transfer to a local airport.

Language:

Finnish, Swedish, Sami

Country Code:

+358

Currency:

Euro

Best time to visit:

May to September. Although some guides offer trips both earlier in the spring and later in the autumn as well.

 

 
 

 

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