Bothnian Sea National Park Trails

14.7.2021
During a forest fire warning (ilmatieteenlaitos.fi), fire is only allowed at covered campfire sites that have a flue or in fireplaces at huts, but only with extreme caution. The one who lights the fire is always responsible for its safety. Making a fire at campfire sites can be banned locally.

Hiking Trails

Marked Trail

There are twomarked nature trails (1,4 km and 3 km) on Iso-Enskeri Island (61° 40,58'N, 21° 22,5' E) in Pori. The trails start by the jetty and campfire site, meander through the island's forest and come back to the starting point via a fine boulder field. The trails are relatively easy to walk. 

The City of Pori maintains nature trails in Preiviikinlahti Bay  that are partly located in the Bothnian Sea National Park area. Along the trails you can find several lookout towers and platforms, including the Leveäkari and Huhtala towers and the Langoura platform which are located in the National Park. The newest and easy to walk leg of the trails starts from the Langoura platform (61° 32.2647'N, 21° 34.0582'E), travels through Yyterin lietteet and ends up at the sandy dunes of Yyteri (visityyteri.fi).

On island Säppi in Luvia there is 1,5 km long Alfred´s trail. Information boards along the trail tell about the cultural history of the island.

In Rauma, on island Kuuskajaskari about 3 km long trail goes around the fortified island. Information boards along the trail tell about the past use of the island and about geology.  

Bothnian Sea Brochure


Pdf 3.3 MB (julkaisut.metsa.fi)

Check for Warnings

When forest and grass fire warnings (en.ilmatieteenlaitos.fi) are in effect, fire is only allowed at covered campfire sites that have a flue. A fire can be also lit in fireplaces at wilderness and other huts. Always use extreme caution when handling fire. The one who lights a fire is always responsible for its safe use. Please note, that making fire at these campfire sites can be banned locally. 

Gathering at the campfire sites increases the risk of coronavirus infection. Guidelines concerning coronavirus COVID-19