There are no drinking water points in the Luiro Mires, at which the quality of the water is regularly monitored, and therefore visitors should bring their own drinking water with them.
The surface water from the lakes, rivers and brooks must be boiled before use. Water in the springs and running water in the brooks is usually good for drinking. However, the quality of the water cannot be monitored, so the use of natural water is at your own risk.
Look at the tips for outdoors drinking water in Hiking in Finland -pages.
There are no waste bins in the area. Measures should be taken in advance to avoid taking unnecessary waste into the area. Biodegradable waste should be placed in a toilet or composter, and small amounts of clean paper and cardboard can be used as kindling in a campfire. Take all other waste out of the area. Read more about Hiking without Littering.
There is a dry toilet on Sokanaapa Nature Trail, which can also be used by the disabled.
Camping in tents is allowed in the Luiro Mires as an Everyman's Right (www.environment.fi). The area is for the most part comprised of mire, and thus the spots best suited for camping are forests along the edges of the mire or forest islets within.
Services for the Disabled
Sokanaapa Nature Trail is suited for the disabled. Disabled visitors can also get on top of the bird watching tower if they are assisted. There is a dry toilet for the disabled on the nature trail near the bird watching tower.
Lodging and Other Services in the Surrounding Area
Information on other services in the surrounding area are available on the Pelkosenniemi (www.pelkosenniemi.fi, only in Finnish) and Savukoski (www.savukoski.fi) municipal websites.
Versatile information on Lapland and tourist services in the area can be found on the Lapland tourism website (www.lapland.fi).