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Paijanne-Ilves Trail

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Paijanne-Ilves Trail

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Florence wrote a review Aug 2019
12 contributions10 helpful votes
I love forest!! This trail is easy but a bit boring because there are nothing much to see. Its like you are walking a never ending trail surrounded by tall trees. If you have no idea what to do and you want to explore the green, this is a good option.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Timo-Petteri wrote a review Jul 2018
Padasjoki, Finland31 contributions3 helpful votes
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Päijänne-Ilves trail starts from Padasjoki harbour and ends to Lake Tarus in Tarus hiking area. The trail is 13km long partly gravel road and partly real trail. Suitable for hiking, mountain biking and trail running. Theres lean-to approximately 10km from harbour. Its really nice place near small stream. Good trail for a day trip. Best time to go: from May to September.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Timo-Petteri wrote a review May 2017
Padasjoki, Finland31 contributions3 helpful votes
Around 13 kilometer long trail from Padasjoki Harbour to Lake Iso-Tarus. The trail is marked with yellow dots and ribbon. Fairly easy trail but after 11 kilometers theres few steeper and rocky hills and you have to carry your bike. You can also go around the harder parts by the road, but the roads are not marked as alternative route yet. Therefore you have to have map with you if you want to go your own way. A map is a good thing to have with you anyway. There's a lean-to Nuijamiehenkolo 10 kilometer from the starting point. The area is very beautiful and theres a small stream. In the end of the trail at Lake Iso-Tarus theres a beach and a camping area.
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Date of experience: April 2017
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