lighting campfires if the forest fire warning is in effect
pets running loose
taking or damaging trees, bushes, other plants or their parts, or mushrooms other than edible ones
damaging soil or rock, and extraction of earth material or minerals
killing, catching or disturbing wild vertebrates, or damaging their nests
catching or collecting invertebrates
driving motor vehicles, except on roads designated for motor vehicles
leaving waste in the area, or damaging constructions
Mobile Phone Coverage
Although Finland has a broad network for mobile phones, there are some areas in Komio Nature Reserve without signal. There may also be some smaller spots where there is interference. If this happens try to climb to a higher place or go into an open area. It may be worth removing the SIM card from your phone and then trying again to make an emergency call. Different phones also differ in their coverage.
We recommend that you keep your mobile phone warm at all times and take along food and drink. Certain phone models do not work when the temperature falls below zero. You should therefore let someone know your planned route. To keep your mobile phone charged, bring along a spare power source, a spare battery or an old phone with a working battery.
When there is no ice or snow in the area light footwear, such as jogging shoes, are enough for travelling the trails in Komio Nature Reserve. Majority of the area's marked trails lead through varying forest terrain. The steepest slopes up the area's ridges have steps. There are duckboards across the nature reserve's mires. The duckboards may be slippery during rainy weather.