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2. National parks - the most beautiful Finnish nature

National parks - the most beautiful Finnish nature

Have you already read the first part of our National Parks - the most beautiful Finnish nature series? There you can find information about the following national parks: Pallas-Yllästunturi, Urho Kekkonen, Nuuksio, Koli, Oulanka, Pyhä-Luosto, Repovesi and Sipoonkorpi.

Here you can read the first part: 1. National parks - the most beautiful Finnish nature.

 

Teijo National Park

Teijo National Park is located in Varsinais Suomi. The park is diverse and in addition to swamp and lake landscapes, you can also find forest, rocks and the seaside. Historic mansions and ironworks make this region unique.

Teijo poster

Teijo National Park

Hossa National Park

Hossa National Park was established in 2017 and is Finland's 100th anniversary national park. The nature of the park is very varied and there are beautiful ridges and clear water fish lakes. Here in the wilderness of Kainuu, people from the Stone Age already roamed, whose mystical paintings you can admire, e.g. In Värikallio.

Hossa poster

Hossa National Park

Etelä Konnevesi National Park

Etelä Konnevesi National Park, located on the border of Northern Savo and Central Finland, is one of Finland's newest national parks. It was established in 2014. The park has rugged cliffs and wonderful lake views. The clear waters and the maze-like archipelago invite you to explore the national park from the water, but the steep terrain offers challenges and adventures even for those on foot.

Etelä-Konnevesi poster

Etelä Konnevesi National Park

Isojärvi National Park

Isojärvi National Park is located in Pirkanmaa in Kuhmoinen. It is a wilderness treasure of Inner Finland, with large mountain lands and gorges covered by forests and water. Isojärvi's rugged forms are the result of 200 million years ago, when the earth's crust moved and tore into northwest-southeast oriented fault valleys. Lake Isojärvi has formed in one rift. The last ice age smoothed the rocks and moved large boulders. It can be difficult to see the beaver flying silently on the surface of the water in the park's waterways, but you can't miss its tracks.

Isojärvi poster

Isojärvi National Park

Kolovesi National Park

Kolovesi National Park is a kayaker's paradise. The park protects Saimaa's wild archipelago nature and over hundred-year-old forests. Thousands of years old rock paintings decorate the rugged coastal cliffs, which are memories of the coexistence of man and nature thousands of years ago. In the quiet and sheltered mazes of the archipelago, it is also possible to meet the endangered Saimaa norpa.

Kolovesi poster

Kolovesi National Park

Lemmenjoki National Park

Lemmenjoki National Park is Finland's largest national park. The Lemmenjoki river flows through the park, surrounded by fells, and old pine forests grow in its valleys. The golden river valley is also legendary for its gold culture. In addition to the fells and the river valley, Lemmenjoki also has extensive swamp areas, or jänki. Lemmenjoki National Park is an authentic wild Lapland wilderness at its best.

Lemmenjoki poster

Lemmenjoki National Park

Liesjärvi National Park

Liesjärvi National Park is located a few hours' drive from the capital region in Tammela in Kanta-Hämee. There are wonderful lake and forest landscapes. You should definitely visit the picturesque Kyynäränharju and Korteniemi traditional farm. The park's wonderful forests are also the best berry and mushroom terrain.

Liesjärvi poster

Liesjärvi National Park

Patvinsuo National Park

Patvinsuo National Park is located in North Karelia and there you can find Finland's most beautiful swamp landscapes. The park is dominated by open marshes, but there are also handsome forests and beautiful, white sandy beaches. An unforgettable experience is taking a sauna in Suomunjärvi's beach sauna. Here in the heart of Eastern Finland, you can meet all of Finland's big beasts.

Patvinsuo poster

Patvinsuo National Park

Riisitunturi National Park

Riisitunturi National Park is located in Posio at the highest point of the watershed between the Red Sea and the White Sea. Riisitunturi is best known for the magical cannon forest, when the Kynttiläkusets of the forests get their beautiful snow cover in the winter, but the park also has Europe's most magnificent slope marshes.

Riisitunturi poster

Riisitunturi National Park

These national park posters capture the unique landscape of each national park. Have you purchased a national park poster to commemorate your trip to the most beautiful Finnish nature?

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Johanna

 


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