Trekking in Finland

 



Finland is possibly one of the best places for this type of active spending of free time. The beautiful nature that wasn’t touched yet by humans, large terrains, few tourists and most importantly – brilliantly prepared tracks make walking with a backpack a true pleasure. The tracks have a lot of signs at prepared in a way to let us avoid walking in the mud on rainy days.

Besides, there are small, wooden houses located on the tracks, where you can spend the night for free. There is always plenty wood to warm up the house or make a bonfire outside. From time to time you can also find a shed on the tracks, as well as special places for a bonfire, where you can get some rest. You can use all of these things freely. Of course as long, as you clean up before you leave (Including cut wood prepared for the next guests).

There are plenty trekking tracks in Finland (more on that in “Nature”) One of those that you can’t miss is the “Bear Loop” (Karhunkierros) in the Oulanka National Park – it’s an 80 kilometer track going through one of the most beautiful terrains in Finland. Another good thing about this track is that you don’t need to go through the entire 80-kilometer track. You can also go through the “Small Bear Loop”, which shouldn’t be a problem for those who want to go through it in one day.





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