Torronsuo National Park

Ski cross-country on maintained trails Ski cross-country off trails  Hiking Birdwatching Geocaching Snowshoeing Visit a Nature Centre Pick berries and mushrooms Sights and scenery Guided group tours
The Emblem of Torronsuo National Park - CranberryWalk safely over Finland's deepest bog along sturdy duckboard trails. A high birdwatching tower offers fine views over the vast open bog, which is visited by many migrating cranes and geese in spring and autumn. In winter cross-country skiers come to the bog to explore the wide open white wintry scene.

Finland's Deepest Bog, Within Easy Reach of Helsinki

Location of Torronsuo National Park in FinlandLocation: Kanta-Häme Region, Tammela area (, in Finnish). Read more

Arrival: By car. Read more

Activities: Skiing, hiking, birdwatching. Read more

Sights: The largest raised bog in Southern Finland with its rugged nature, cranes. Read more

Suitability:  Suitable for day-trips all year. A campfire site suitable for the physically disabled, wide duckboards and an observation platform.

Services: Häme Nature Centre (café, guidance and hiking advice), an accessible campfire site and dry toilet. Services of cooperating partners are also available. Read more

Trails: Marked trails in an even terrain (1.5–10km). In winter, classical style skiing trails (5–15km). Read more

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The area is managed by Metsähallitus, Parks & Wildlife Finland, address: Talaskuja 3, 13200 Hämeenlinna, Finland.

Self-guided Tour: "7 Finnish National Parks"

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