Karhunkierros Trail is accessible
The spring flood is now over and the Karhunkierros Hiking Trail (82 km) is open for hiking. The trail can be still wet and muddy in some places. The maintenance work of the trail and huts will start in the end of May 2019.
Watch live stream video of Kiutaköngäs, Oulanka National Park (www.youtube.com). In video there are several different points of view on the rapids.
Attention! Follow the marked trails!
All the trails in Oulanka National Park are marked and from every mark you should see the next one. We would like to remind you, that there are procedures in the park which require the use of snowmobiles. The snowmobile tracks resemble walking paths and may lead you away from the marked trails. Straying from the marked trail may lead to getting lost, which is why we urge you to be aware of your surroundings. Always remember to dress appropriately and pack extra supplies with you on your trip. If you come across shortcomings in the trail markings, please feel free to send information to firstname.lastname@example.org.