Frisbee golf on hill and fell!
Kommatti (Kommattivaara) is near the town centre
Kommatti DiscGolfPark is a free, challenging and forested course on the slope of Kommattivaara hill, a few minutes’ drive from the town centre of Sodankylä. The course, opened in 2014, has 18 holes and plenty of height differences. The places for throwing the frisbees are grass-covered. The course has long uphill sections and challenging downhill greens, suitably, one after the other.
The Sodankylä Tourist Information Office (address: Jäämerentie 3) has two frisbee sets which you can borrow for free for 24 hours. Each set contains three frisbees: a putter, a midrange and a driver.
Address: Kommatintie 2. Download the map here.
At Luosto you can play on the fell slope
Luosto DiscGolfPark is an 18-hole, free AA1-class frisbee golf course. The course is suitable for players of all levels and can be a challenge for the most experienced players. A game lasts two or three hours and advances up the fell slope and then down again. An alternative is the hour-long Luosto Loop (Luoston Lenkki), which is very suitable for families with children. If you do not have your own frisbees, you can borrow them from local companies when you leave a deposit.