Hiking Trails and Nature Trails

Starting Points for Trails

Easy Trails

Suopursupolku Trail, Accessible Trail, 120 m Each Way

In the snow-free season, walking time 30 minutes.
Difficulty: Easy accessible trail.

Accessible nature trail symbol. Accessible dry toilet symbol.

Even visitors arriving with prams and wheelchairs will be able to easily enjoy the scents and atmosphere of the open mire!

Starting Point

Kiljamo parking area, Somerontie 732, Tammela (at the information board).

Hiking Structures

There are no services or facilities along the Suopursupolku trail. They can be found along the Suokukkapolku trail which starts from the Kiljamo Parking lot.

Trail Description 

Trail marking: Black paint mark on a white field (not yet marked in the field).

Suopursupolku trail is a level, 1.2 metre-wide boardwalk trail that runs up to the edge of the open mire 120 metres each way. Along the trail, you can admire groves, boreal swamps and wilderness scenery. There are 3 wide bypass sections on the trail. At the end of the trail there is a scenic observation platform (4 m x 3 m), which offers  a view of the open landscape over Torronsuo. In the autumn, you can spot cranes on their southerly migration. The observation platform has 1.2 metre high railings and a bench. The trail is part of the Kiljamonkierros circle trail, which continues as a narrow duckboard trail to the mire and on to the Kiljamo rest stop. 


Suokukkapolku Trail, Demanding Accessible Trail, 650 m each way

In the snow-free season, walking time 1 hour.
Difficulty: Demanding accessible trail.

Demanding accessible nature trail symbol. Accessible dry toilet symbol.

Suokukkapolku is a demanding, back-and-forth accessible trail. Here, you can admire the open expanse of Torronsuo from the observation platform. There are two long and steep hills along the trail, so an assistant is recommended for visitors in wheelchairs. The trail is made up level, stone dust covered sections or wide duckboards.

Starting Point

Kiljamo parking area, Somerontie 732, Tammela. Suokukkapolku starts from the gate at the Kiljamo parking area.

A family is about to head out on an excursion from the parking area. They are going around the barrier that separates the parking area from the trail.

Hiking Structures

At the foot of the Kiljamo nature observation tower there is an accessible cooking shelter, accessible campfire site and accessible dry toilet. Bring your own toilet paper. The nature observation tower and wood shed are not accessible. 

Wooden shelter with tables, benches and a fireplace.

Wooden building with three doors and a ramp in front of the doors.

Trail Description

There is a wooden platform on the mire, which can be reached on a wide duckboard path. There are railings on the platform. The mire landscape can be seen in the background.Trail marking: Black paint mark on a white field (not yet marked in the field).

Suokukkapolku starts from the gate at the Kiljamo parking area. The stone dust covered trail is 2.5 m wide with a gentle, 330 m long incline to the Kiljamo rest stop. The rest stop accommodates even larger groups for a bite to eat at the accessible campfire site or at one of the tables in the accessible cooking shelter. After the cooking shelter, the 2 m wide stone dust covered trail continues on a long and gentle downhill slope (230 m) to the edge of the mire, where the trail turns into a 1.2 m wide boardwalk trail. The 100 metre long boardwalk trail leads to an observation platform (4 m x 3 m), from which you can admire Torronsuo's mire expanse. The trail is part of the Kiljamonkierros circle trail, which continues as a narrow duckboard trail to the mire and joins the accessible Suopursupolku trail near the parking area.


Kiljamonkierros, 1.5 km Circle Trail

In the snow-free season, walking time 1 hour.
Difficulty: Easy trail.

Starting Point

Kiljamo parking area, Somerontie 732, Tammela.

Hiking Structures

At the foot of the Kiljamo nature observation tower there is an accessible cooking shelter, accessible campfire site and accessible dry toilet. Bring your own toilet paper. The nature observation tower and wood shed are not accessible. 

Hikers sit in a shelter around the table. One hiker is sitting in a wheelchair.

Trail Description

The trail marking is an orange paint mark on a white field (not yet marked in the field).

When hiking in a counterclockwise direction, the trail starts at the information board of the Kiljamo parking area with an accessible duckboard section. The trail provides an excellent overview of the natural diversity of the mire patches, as there are groves, boreal swamps and wilderness scenery along the trail. You can admire the wide open expanse of Torronsuo. Passing through the mire, the trail is made of narrow duckboard sections and a wide, accessible boardwalk trail. At the edge of the mire, the duckboards change to a stone dust covered trail, which leads to the Kiljamo rest stop. A 17 m high nature observation tower stands next to the campfire site. Visitors can take in the wide open expanse of Torronsuo from the tower. After the rest stop, the trail returns to the Kiljamo parking area with a gentle downhill slope. 

Other Hiking Trails 0-10 km

Suotaival, 8.5 km Circle Trail

In the snow-free season, walking time 2-3 hours.
Difficulty: Medium, due to a few steep climbs and descents.

Starting Point

Kiljamo parking area, Somerontie 732, Tammela.

Hiking Structures

At the foot of the Kiljamo nature observation tower there is an accessible cooking shelter, accessible campfire site and accessible dry toilet. Bring your own toilet paper. The nature observation tower and wood shed are not accessible. 

Trail Description

The trail marking is a blue paint mark on a white field (not yet marked in the field).

Suotaival should be hiked in a clockwise direction, but you can start the trail on the Suopursu or Suokukkapolku trails. An approximately 3 km long duckboard section crosses the mire. After the mire, the trail leads to the old quarry at Härksaari, from which quartz and feldspar were once extracted. From the quarry, the trail continues with some duckboard sections to a gravel road. Hike the gravel road (Haipontie) approximately 1.1 km west towards Torro village until you reach the sign "Kiljamo P”, where the trail continues from the road. The trail returns to the open mire and duckboard trail, which leads to the Kiljamo parking area. 


Torron Kylän Kierros, 10 km, Circle Trail

Starting Point

Kiljamo parking area, Somerontie 732, Tammela.

Hiking Structures

At the foot of the Kiljamo nature observation tower there is an accessible cooking shelter, accessible campfire site and accessible dry toilet. Bring your own toilet paper. The nature observation tower and wood shed are not accessible. 

Trail Description

The Torron kylän kierros circle trail runs from Suotaival to the Torro village gravel road. If the turnoff from the gravel road (Haipontie) is not taken back to the mire at the “Kiljamo P” sign, the gravel road will lead to Torro village. After the village, hikers can return to the Kiljamo parking area by hiking on an asphalt road for approximately 3 km.


Piippurinsuon Kierros, 5.3 km Circle Trail

The Piippurinsuo kierros circle trail is located in the eastern part of Torronsuo National Park, and is part of the Ilvesvaellus hiking trail network (hame.fi, in Finnish).


Skiing Trails

It is a good idea to check the current ski track situation and track café opening hours on the Torro seura ry association’s Facebook page (facebook.com, in Finnish).

The ski tracks at Torronsuo are intended for traditional, cross-country skiing and are not lighted. The ski tracks are maintained by volunteers of the Torro Seura ry association. Tracks are maintained from 1 January to - 30 March, with maintenance activity primarily occurring on weekends. Depending on the snow situation, there can be up to 45 km of usable ski tracks. The track map can be printed out from Tammela municipality website (tammela.fi, in Finnish)

  • Kiljamo-Katavasaari-Kiljamo, 15 km, is a level and easy track.
    • Services: Kiljamo campfire site and dry toilets, Katavasaari campfire site (winter use only, no dry toilet).
  • Kijamo-Kallio, 5 km
    • There are no services available along the route.
  • The newest route is Katavasaari-Riihivalkama parking area-Kallio, which is approximately 13 km in length.
    • There are no services available along the route.
  • The 8 km long Koskihaara forest run, which starts from Katavasaari, can also be skied during winters with good snow coverage.
    • This hilly forest ski track is outside the national park.
    • There are no services available along the Koskihaara track.