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Pyha-Luosto National Park, Pyhatunturi
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Pyhä-Luosto National Park is a national park in Lapland, Finland. It was established in 2005 when Finland's oldest national park, Pyhätunturi National Park was joined to Luosto. This makes Pyhä-Luosto Finland's oldest but at the same time newest national park. The new park covers 142km2. The most important features are geological specialities, old forests and wetlands.The park's base is formed by Finland's southernmost, 12-peak tunturi line. The tunturis are remnants of Alp-like mountains of 2 billion years of age. 200-year-old or older pine tree forests grow on the hills. The highest tunturis are Noitatunturi, 540m, and Ukko-Luosto, 514m.
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  • Pyhä-Luosto National Park is one of the most spectacular National Parks in Finland. Park is full of breathtaking views from bottom to peak, relaxing resting places and fantastic hiking trails. Let you...  more »
  • The nature trail (Luontonpolku) is very good. You have many ways to go different ways, depending on the length and level of difficulty. For all hikers and nature lovers a 'must'. Many other, some challenging hikes (paths over stone fields) exist. On a second time. Greeting sub zero
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  • Absolutely gorgeous National Park, where a lot of diverse range of routes, which are well marked and well combined. Routes from the comfort of a well kept the break. And sure enough, the very diverse nature suomaastosta, old ikimetsiin, ravines and mountain beloved. Just amazing views. Routes can go from more than one place. In fact, we went in August, when the hyttysistäkään is not just been a nuisance and paths have been Yes. Definitely recommend. We've been here even in winter, when nature is again quite different.
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  • I loved the hiking, beautiful trails and challenging stairway! The chance to be able to cook out at the end was a surprise for me. This was the first Finnish national park we were able to hike. In fact our first trip to Finland. We thoroughly enjoyed the park.
  • Amazing park, awesome walks. Superb skiing in the winter.
  • Peacefull atmosphere with a lovely sceneries.
  • Very nice compact national park. Excellent possibilities for backcountry ski/splitboard touring.
  • beautiful park