Finland’s highest point is Halti, on the border between Finland and Norway. The highest peak in Finland is on the fell’s slope, 1,324m (4,344 feet) above sea level, although the fell’s highest peak, Haldičohkkan, 7m (23 feet) higher, is located on the Norwegian side of the border. 

Halti is approximately 55km (34 miles) from Kilpisjärvi. The trail to Halti is part of the Arctic Trail, an 800km (500-mile) trail going through Sweden, Finland and Norway. The serious hiker can reach the summit of Halti either by hiking or skiing, but you can also reach Halti by snowmobile with a local guide. Depending on the weather, from Halti’s summit you can see all the way to the Arctic Ocean.