I made a day hike in mid September starting from lake Pyhäjärvi at the foot of the fell. There is a lean-to and laplander’s hut, kota in Finnish at the northern point of the lake. Following the trail to the top of the fell there is a new laplander’s hut, Vareskota beside the lake and at the southern end of the lake a wilderness hut and two lean-to’s. Another popular starting point is Totovaara parking place south of Aakenus fell.
The weather was after four days of mist and rain better and all surrounding fells were quite well visible. The route from lake Pyhäjärvi is varied from forest trails to quite rocky paths at times where you should really watch your step. I hiked to the first top and back. You can hike to the top and along the ridge of Aakenus to the other point of the fell and then come back by trails at the foot of the fell. That would make a good over 25 kilometers long route which is better done in two days because of quite demanding terrain.