Sound of Lapland, Scapes

Relax to the Sounds of Lapland

Open your eyes — and ears — to Finnish Lapland.

SCAPES is our album of relaxing nature sounds and ambient sounds of the Lapland life, recorded in the north of Finland. Just put your headphones on, and you’ll have access to relaxing Arctic soundscapes on the bus, in a hectic office or while going to sleep … whenever you need them.

Scroll down for music videos and additional background information.

Snow Giants

It’s easy to feel like a child again, as you pass between these giant, snow-crowned trees. The air is still, and the only thing you can hear is the call of some far-off bird, and of course, the happy huffs and puffs of your little buddy, so happy to be outside, breathing the crisp, clean air.


Filmed in Syöte
Season: Winter
Did you know that Syöte and its neighbors receives the most snow of anywhere in Finland?

Are you ready to cross some winter fun off your bucket list?

Ice Jam

After the long blinding days of winter comes the warm promise of spring. The rivers creak and crack, the dark waters giggling below, a strange soft song for those who hear it. Piece by piece, the ice that long covered the cold waters is freed from the grip of winter, as birds proclaim that summer cannot be far ahead.


Filmed in Rovaniemi
Season: Spring
Did you know many fish live and even move at the bottom of frozen rivers, in the few centimeters of liquid water?

Are you ready to see the Rovaniemi’s river ice break up for yourself?

Royal Family

The light wind carries a hint of chill, a reminder that the heat of summer is not yet here. The family gathers round for a royal meal of their favorite food: lichens. As children play underfoot, the air fills with soft honks, as the herd discusses the most important issue of the day: more food.


Filmed in Salla
Season: Spring
Did you know that antlers are the fastest growing bone in the animal kingdom?

Are you ready to join the herd?

Lose yourself in the herd with our 360° VR video.

Midnight Rider

The days grow longer and longer until Midnight comes to mean something else entirely in Lapland in July. The Nightless Night feels as it might never end, as you pedal and coast along the felltop. The whole world seems to stretch out below you, slathered in honey by the Midnight Sun.


Filmed in Ylläs
Season: Summer
Did you know that the Midnight Sun stays in the sky from late May until mid August?

Are you ready to explore the fells for yourself?

Whispering Waters

In the middle of the lake, you lift the paddle from the gentle waters of the river. You didn’t come out here to exercise, to fish, to swim. You just wanted a small escape from the noise, from the clutter, from constant notifications. Here, the tweets come from actual birds, and the only stream you worry about is the one slowly carrying you farther downriver.


Filmed in Lemmenjoki River in Inari
Season: Summer
Did you know Lapland is home to the longest free-flowing rivers in Europe?

Are you ready to let Lapland’s rivers carry you away?


The forest is almost a living, breathing creature unto itself. Birds banter from the treetops as you wander across the soft forest floor, plucking berries from the ground. In the background, there’s the lulling sounds of a nearby waterfall. Recorded using a 360° camera, this video gives you a glimpse into the wilderness and wild cacophony of green Lapland.


Filmed & recorded in Auttiköngäs, Rovaniemi
Season: Autumn “ruska”
Did you know Lapland’s forests and fells are full of sweeping vistas, holy Sámi sites, and some of the friendliest birds you’ll ever meet?

Are you ready to discover more photogenic places in Lapland?

Lose yourself in the leaves and berries with our 360° VR video.

Arctic Freeflow

Long gone are powerful ice floods of late spring. Now the water of western Lapland trickles and giggles along, carrying itself happily through a gentle gorge in Finland’s most popular national park, on the way south for summer.


Filmed & recorded in Pallas-Yllästunturi National Park in western Lapland
Season: late summer
Did you know Lapland is home to the 3 largest national parks in Finland?

Are you ready to explore Lapland’s national parks and wilderness areas?

Frost & Fire

The winds whistling just beyond the windows carry a chill today. But the crackling fire more than compensates, casting a warm glow throughout the cabin. What a perfect time to thumb through a catalog of the latest Nordic designs or put your thoughts in order.


Filmed & recorded in Levi, Kittilä
Season: winter
Did you know you can sleep in a log cabin, glass igloo, hotel room or even a treehouse in Finnish Lapland?

Are you ready to rest your head in Lapland?

Wrap our 360° VR video around yourself like a warm blanket.

You never know when inspiration is gonna hit. Check out Carly Rae Jespen’s “The Sound” a live performance recorded in Finnish Lapland.

After you’ve calmed your body and focused your mind, harness your new creative juices and check out the Lapland Sound Collection. Add some howling huskies to your hip-hop. Make a reindeer your ringtone. The possibilities are endless!

Ready to hear Lapland for yourself? Check out the Sound of Lapland for more auditory adventure, listen to what the locals have to say, or learn more about the Midnight Sun, the real Santa Claus and other Lapland exclusives.