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Bergö Hiking Path
A seven kilometer long nature trail in the on the beautiful island Bergö.
Björkö-Panike hiking trail
The hiking trail of Björkö-Panike is about 13 km long and it is located mainly on the island of Slåttskär, just in the heart of the World Heritage area. Along the trail, you will experience the calmness of the archipelago and see the signs of the land uplift; moraine ridges and closed sea bays. Sheep graze in the island during the summer, just like back in the old days.
To reach the trail, you will need boat transportation over the sounds, either from the village of Panike or from the village of Björköby. From Björköby, the boat transportation can leave either from the fishing harbour of Svedjehamn or from Långgrund’s campfire site, where you walk along a trail from Svedjehamn’s parking area (about 3,5 km).
The book-in-advance boat transportation costs about 150 €, so it might be a good idea to go with a small group. You can choose whether you hike the trail from one end to the another, or whether you hike back to you starting point; Björkö or Panike. The second option doubles the kilometres. See the businesses offering the boat transportation here.
About in the halfway of the island of Slåttskär, there is a lean-to, a composting toilet and a campfire site. This resting area is also popular destination for canoeists. The route is somewhat demanding, and the terrain is rocky or wet in places. Långgrund’s campfire site is accessible without a boat. You can read more about the trail to Långgrund here.
Bodvattnet nature trail
Bodvattnet nature trail is about 4 kilometres long. Along the trail, you will see the De Geer moraine ridges and Bodback’s old fishing harbour. The circular trail starts and ends at the parking area in Svedjehamn harbour, in the village of Björköby. The trail is suitable for the whole family, and along the trail there is a 20 meter high observation tower Saltkaret, a composting toilet and a campfire site with firewood. Parts of the trail to the observation tower and Bodback’s harbour can be accessed with pram and wheelchair. The observation tower has a lower viewing platform suitable for prams and wheelchairs.
Kurjenkierros (Crane's Path)
About 45 kilometres long hiking route through the Nature reserve Levaneva. Starting from Rajavuoren Wild Life and Hiking Centre in Laihia.
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The rich pasture system in Malax can be experienced along this trail. Fifteen old chalet foundations have been marked along the beautiful path. At the beginning of the trail there is a board with a map and a box of brochures and along the path there are signs showing where the 15 cabins stood. The trail is about 1 km long.
The trail 3,6 kilometers long trail starts from Tottesund Manor and goes through the Manor Park, from there it takes a turn to Bytesholmsudden and returns to the Manor. The terrain varies from a and easily walked dirt road to small trails.
Hiking Routs in Närpes
- Vargberget nature trail 5 km and Goljatleden 17,8 km. Start at Vargberget.
- Tjärlax hiking trail 4,1 km or 1,7km. Start from Tjärlax camping.
- Fållbäckstigen in Övermark 7km. Start from “Högåsens sportstuga”.
- Erklass stigen in Pörtom 2km. Start from the cemetery.
- Raineåsens hiking track 1,4 km to Risnästräsket.
- Risnästräskstigen i Övermark, 0,9km to Risnästräsket och 2,1 km round the swamp. Start from Heide skogsväg.
Iskmo-Jungsund Hiking Route
The trail goes through the scenic area around the lakes in Iskmo and Jungsund and starts at Jungsund sports field, Jungsund road 641. You can choose distances from 1.8 km up to 12 km. Picnic areas with the possibility of grilling, you will find at Strömssund (2 km from the start), at Kråknässkatan (3 km from start) and at Björnhällorna (6.5 km from the start). You can also start your hike from Hallonnäs, Tistronskärsvägen 98.
You find printed maps of the trail at the starting places and also as PDF-files from this page.
Järnåldersleden (Iron Age Trail)
Well marked nature trail where you can acquaint yourself with cairns and cup stones from the Iron Age. The area was inhabited 200-700 A.D. Exuberant flora.
Kikanberget Nature Trail
In Klobbskat there is a short nature trail which leads to Kikanberget (0,8 km). It starts at the coffee shop/restaurant in the harbour and leads along the shore to the top of Kikanberget.
Easy in the beginning, to climb up the Kikanberget hill is a bit more demanding.
Kimo Nature Paths
Three hiking routs from 1,5 kilometres and longer, starting from Kimo Bruk.
Kuni Hiking Trail
Kuni hiking trail consists of two routes: the north trail (6,4 km) and the south trail (7,9 km). The total lenght of the trail is 12,5 km and it starts at Kunintie 100 (next to the information board).
Mickelsörarna Nature Trail
Mickelsörarna Nature Trail on Kummelskär Island is about 2 km long. On this nature trail, visitors are able to see the geology, vegetation and animals of the land uplift shores, foundations of old fishing huts and boat docks from the 16th century.
The trail starts from the yard of the Mickelsörarna Nature Station and is only available by boat.
Molpehällorna Nature Trail
Molpehällorna Nature Trail is about 2 km long and starts from the yard of the Molpe Nature station.
Along the nature trail you’ll see the geology, vegetation and animals of the land uplift shores as well as a reconstruction of the Molpehällorna “vippbåk” beacon (which is a memorial for the first beacon in the Gulf of Bothnia).
The trail is available only by boat.
A 2,6 kilometres long nature trail in Kuni, Korsholm.
The Pilvilampi recreational area is located approximately nine kilometers east of the city centre. It makes up a proportion of an elongated ridge, of which includes Höstvesi and continues north of Vaasa. The recreational area itself covers an area of roughly 800 hectares. In the winter, the area is ridden with marked cross-country ski trails, which in summer are transformed into bicycle and hiking paths.
Risö ja Ryövärinkari 4.9 kilometres
The Eteläinen Kaupunginselkä bay (the Southern City Bay) is located southeast of the city centre. There’s a nature trail and two bird towers in the area. Follow the signs ´Lintutorni` from the crossroad of the streets: Kanavasillantie/Hevossaarentie
Skatila hiking trail
10 km (5+5 km)
Starts at Skatila Sports ground and ends at Storhälleberget
Sommarö Nature Trail
The Sommarö Nature Trail is located in the area of the former Sommarö fort, in Södra Vallgrund.
There are two trails in the area. The shorter circular trail (1.5 km/2.4 km) leads through a memorial for the coastal artillery fort to the beach at the camping area. The longer trail leads to the Sommarösund beach in Södra Vallgrund (7 km). Along the longer trail, you will see a geologically fascinating giant’s kettle, as well as cultural landscape (including stone fences).
There are two campfire sites and dry toilets, tables and benches along the Paths. In the yard of the Sommarö guardhouse there is a lean-to shelter (in public use). An information board (including maps) at each end of the trail and five information boards along the trail.