Experiences in wilderness

Come experience the wilderness

The sur­roun­ding natu­re offers a varie­ty of oppor­tu­ni­ties for the forest’s mul­ti-pur­po­se use. The cabin is sur­roun­ded by sta­te-owned wide forest and water areas, and the state’s licenced hun­ting grounds and fis­hing areas start at wal­king dis­tance. Two ken­nels ensu­re a plea­sant expe­rience for your dogs, too. If you feel like fis­hing, there’s a rowing-boat at your dis­po­sal. The Fin­nish everyman’s right entit­les you to pick all the mush­rooms and ber­ries in the forest you want.

The Hau­ta Per­hos­sa -monu­ment, ancient tar-bur­ning sites and the remains of an old hide-away cabin can be found at sui­table hiking dis­tances. The area’s nume­rous forest roads, vacant from cars and people, offer excel­lent biking pos­si­bi­li­ties. By canoe, you can padd­le along the waterway as far as the Peu­ran­pol­ku hiking trail and Sala­ma­jär­vi Natio­nal Park.

There’s also an orien­tee­ring area near­by for you to test and impro­ve your orien­tee­ring skills, if you like. Let’s not for­get the goat­hi and the sau­na by the lake. How would you like making some fresh cof­fee in the soot-blac­ke­ned pot over the fla­mes in the goah­ti on the beach, whi­le wai­ting for the sau­na to heat? If you come by  cam­per van or pul­ling a cara­van, you can park them on the beach, if you like.

Come experience the wilderness