742 steps lead up the 1,029m tall Saana fell from KilpisJarvi in Finland. Once you have climbed one of Finland’s longest staircases you are only a third of the way to the top and magnificent views over the surrounding Finnish landscape, you can even see to Norway.
See my gallery below, Saana From Every Angle.
Another great walk in the Kilpisjärvi area is that to the Three Nations Border Point, where Norway, Sweden and Finland meet.
If you are interested in other things to do in Lapland I complied a list of my favourite, 5 things to do in Finnish Lapland in Summer.
I spent A Year in Living in Lapland and regularly took photos of my experience.
9 thoughts on “Stairway to Saana”
Some lovely photos of an impressive view. I’m not sure I’d like climbing all those steps, though!
The steps actually make the walking a lot easier, unfortunately they don’t go all the way to the top.
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