This wilderness-style, peaceful trail runs mainly on heaths and connects the Lauhansarvi Nature Resort to Lauhanvuori National Park. In the Huhtakorpi spring complex flows the groundwater that is being formed in abundance at Lauhanvuori Hill. The unique scenery at the Huhtakorpi stone field provides a nice spot for resting before you continue towards the pond at Ahvenlammi, another great spot for enjoying the wonders of nature. Only half a kilometre from Ahvenlammi, there is another pond, Kaivolammi, and at this well-equipped rest spot you can even grill sausages at the campfire site.
The trail is a suitable day trip destination for those with some hiking experience, as well as for fit beginners with map reading skills.
About 3-4 hours one way 7.6 km and 5–7 hours there and back, 15.2 km.
The trail is marked with green-tipped poles; some of the poles also have a blue paw sign on a grey background and the text ‘Suupohjan reitistöt’. Along the trail, there are signposts at trail crossroads. Please note! The old signposts will be removed and the trail markings will be harmonised in the national park and areas outside it during 2014–2015.
Lauhansarvi Nature Resort parking area
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The trail’s starting point N62 07.499 E22 03.512 is near the eastern end of the parking area. There is a small wooden gate and bridge construction at the start. Above the gate you will see the text ‘Luontopolku Ahvenlammille’ (‘Nature Trail to Ahvenlammi’).