kauhalammi trail

The trail runs in the Kauhaneva-Pohjankangas National Park, passing a peaceful avian oasis in the wilderness along a former royal travel route. From the observation tower at the borderline between a forest and a mire, visitors can observe life on a raised bog with hummocks, and hikers with a keen eye and a camera can always find some wonders of nature to capture in a photograph. When it is time to eat your packed lunch, you can have a break in the observation tower or at its base, at the Salomaa campfire site, or by Kauhalammi Pond. The highlight of your summer hike could be a plunge from the swimming dock into the refreshing waters of the pond.


3 Facts:

  • Easy-to-walk wilderness trail in a national park  
  • Soothingly beautiful mire scenery
  • Nice rest spots along the trail

Trail rating:



The trail is a suitable day trip destination for all, including beginners (but is not accessible to all).


About 3 hours

Trail markings:

There is an information board and a map at the start of the trail with thorough details of the route. Along the trail, there are signposts at all trail crossroads. The trail is otherwise unmarked.

Getting to the trail:

Parking area by the Kyrönkangas summer road (a museum road)


N62 12.938  E22 26.838

Driving directions: From Nummijärvi Camping, drive along road no. 6700 (Karviantie) south towards Karvia for about 2.1 km. The Kyrönkangas summer road (a museum road) then branches off slightly to the right and up. Drive along the summer road for about 5.2 km until you arrive at the parking area on the right-hand side of the road.

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