This site is not actively updated at the moment. We are launching a comprehensive renovation for the kuhankuono.fi website in the near future. While waiting for the new website, we encourage you to follow our Facebook page at @kuhankuono. There we inform the hikers about the up-to-date happenings and renovations going on at Kuhankuono hiking trails. You can enter our Facebook also by clicking the feed window on the left. Unfortunately the information in the Facebook will mainly be in Finnish.
The bus connection
from Turku City centre to Kurjenrahka National Park continues on 2020
thanks to the aggreement by Föli and the municipality of Pöytyä.
We will be providing more information about the public transport later this spring.
Shortly: keep a safety distance of few meters to other hikers, do not hike in large groups, avoid the crowded fire places and shelters, take care of your personal hand hygiene, keep the publicly used toilets clean, equip yourself with a personal desinfection liquid bottle and - in case you hike by the Lake Savojärvi - circulate the lake clockwise.
Safe hiking for all of you!
Lounaistieto map service has a new cool feature. You can now show Kuhankuono routes inside another web page. An example of this embedded map window is here. You can also enbed other maps and GI data you find at the Lounaistieto map service.
And above that: you can use the Lounaistieto embedded map window for free.
You can buy your own from these places.
- functional printed matter with positive health effects -
The hiking routes of Kuhankuono are situated in an area of exceptionally large coherent forest, rocks and ombrotropic raised bogs. The trails lead for example to the Vaskijärvi Natural Reserve, the Kurjenrahka National Park and the Pukkipalo primeval forest.
Presently the route ensemble also includes gateway trails south from Kuhankuono area all the way to the Ruissalo Island in Turku, and the loop trails of Kullaan polku and Karevan kierto in Masku, Rusko and Raisio. Versatile services provided by the local entrepreneurs are also within the reach of groups visiting the Kuhankuono area.