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Finland is covered by a network of official snowmobile routes with a total length of 3 800 kilometres. These routes are roads as defined in the Road Traffic Act and their use is thus free of charge. They are intended specifically for snowmobile traffic.

In addition, there are snowmobile tracks that are unofficial routes. Driving on them requires either a personal or family snowmobile track permit, which is issued by Metsähallitus. 

In Lapland, there are 2 935 kilometres of snowmobile routes and 5 000 kilometres of snowmobile tracks. In Northern Ostrobothnia the routes run for 450 km and there is 1 000 km of tracks. In Northern Savonia there is 390 km of routes and 800 km of tracks. In Northern Karelia there is approximately 1 500 km of snowmobile tracks that are up to the quality standards of snowmobile routes.

If you are snowmobiling within the reindeer husbandry area, check Porotyö (in Finnish) for up-to-date information on where the husbandry activities are taking place.

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Savukoski Sodankylä Salla

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Pelkosenniemi Savukoski

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Salla Kuusamo Kemijärvi

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Rovaniemi Pelkosenniemi Sodankylä

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Kolari Pello Ylitornio Rovaniemi

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Rovaniemi Ylitornio Tervola Ranua

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Kemijärvi Rovaniemi Ranua Posio

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Ranua Tervola Simo Ii Rovaniemi

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Simo Ii Oulu Pudasjärvi

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Ranua Pudasjärvi Taivalkoski Posio

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Pudasjärvi Puolanka Suomussalmi Taivalkoski

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Taivalkoski Suomussalmi Kuusamo Puolanka Pudasjärvi

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Pudasjärvi Puolanka Hyrynsalmi Ristijärvi Paltamo

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Puolanka Hyrynsalmi Ristijärvi Suomussalmi

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Kuhmo Suomussalmi Hyrynsalmi

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Ristijärvi Paltamo Sotkamo Kuhmo

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Kuhmo Lieksa Sotkamo