Korouoma Nature Reserve
Korouoma is about 30 kilometers long northwest-southeast valley. It is part of a hundreds of millions of years old bedrock fracture zone. You can hike, ski or snowshoe across the entire canyon or stay on the 5 km long Koronjää Trail, along which the canyon’s three largest ice falls rise.
Korouoma Nature Reserve in Posio is a paradise of ice falls
Arrival: By car and by bus. Read More
Activities: Hiking, watching the birds, ice fall climbing, seeing the sceneries. Read More
Sights: The Korouoma area offers a multitude of possibilities for hiking, nature watching and fishing as well as learning about the culture of the area in context to nature. A fracture valley, ice falls in Winter, rivers, meadows, birds.... Read More
Suitability: Suits well for people high condition all around the year, requires basic hiking skills, in summer for hikers, also for families.
Services: Open Wilderness Hut, Day Trip Hut, Rental Huts, 14 campfire huts and lean-to shelters, fireplaces. Read More
Trails: A 5 kilometre day hiking trail and a 30 kilometre long hiking trail going throughout the area. Read More
The area is managed by Metsähallitus, Parks & Wildlife Finland, Ostrobothnia–Kainuu.
This is the webpage nationalparks.fi/korouoma
Information for Companies and Big Groups
Do you plan to organize guided excursions to the Finnish National Parks or other protected areas? It is possible due to partnership agreement with Metsähallitus, Parks & Wildlife Finland.
- Sustainable Tourism in Protected areas in Finland (pdf 3,96 Mt, julkaisut.metsa.fi)
- Please, contact kirjaamo(at)metsa.fi