LappeanLohi is located on the shore landscape of Lapland’s most important salmon river, the River Tornionjoki, set by a confluence of two free-flowing rivers teeming with fish. Our guests returning year after year appreciate Lappea’s laidback communal spirit and considerate service. Expert instructions and assistance are provided by our enthusiastic salmon guides. The trolling areas of Lappea are visited year after year by enthusiastic fishermen seeking to catch the wild salmon of the Baltic Sea that migrates up the river in huge schools every year. “It’s worth fishing for salmon, even if you don’t get a catch”, is a legendary phrase among salmon fishermen. The migration lasts the entire summer, with salmon weighing 4 – 20 kilograms migrating in the early season and in the end of the season mainly adult males weighing 1.5 – 2.5 kg. These male salmon disturb the large waiting salmon, so it is a good time for salmon fishing. In the rapid sections of Lappea, you can also catch grayling and pike. Lappea has plenty of different accommodation to choose from. The newly renovated main building has 12 individual rooms that can comfortably accommodate a busload of guests. The sizes of the rooms vary from a single room up to a room sleeping four persons. By combining rooms, it is even possible to accommodate a larger group in the so-called family room. The guests have access to clean showers and toilets in the corridor and household linen is included in the accommodation rate. The apartment located in the old school accommodates a family or larger group of friends (5 + 2 persons). The apartment has a private toilet, shower and kitchen, and two separate bedrooms. The accommodation rate for the apartment also includes household linen.