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Activity Holiday in Koli Near the National Park

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81160 Kontiolahti

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Activity Holiday in Koli Near the National Park
This week has everything you’re looking for in a summer activity vacation. A week without rush and stress in the vicinity of Koli National Park in the middle of nature. The summer wonderland offers many adventures for you. Welcome! Have fun!

Valid: 1.5.-31.10.2024
Group size: 2–8
Guidance: in English (Italian and Spanish for an additional fee)

Day 1: Arrival day in the Kiviniemi Farm | Koli
Day 2: Hiking trip to the Lakkala Heritage Farm. Lakkala Farm is located in the southern part of Koli National Park on the shore of Lake Herajärvi, along the Herajärven Kierros hiking trail. The landscape is idyllic. Sheep pastures and old fields surround the traditional wooden buildings in the yard.
Day 3: Canoeing trip to Lake Herajärvi. Lake Herajärvi, bordering Koli National Park, is a 14 km long, beautiful lake with clear waters. The lofty surrounding hills, the unique nature and the broken shoreline are features the lake has been known for centuries. 
Day 4: Bike tour to Koli National Park. We cycle along the dirt roads towards the holiest and highest peak of Koli, the Ukko-Koli. In Ukko-Koli, we hike in the most loved Finnish national landscape and listen to stories about the Koli hills.
Day 5: Hiking trip to Ryläys Hill. The Ryläys observation tower, along the Herajärven Kierros hiking trail, opens us a beautiful, 360-degree view e.g. over the hills of Koli National Park and Lake Pielinen sparkling behind the hills.
Day 6: City of Joensuu 
City of Joensuu is the center of North Karelia province in terms of events and restaurant life and shopping.
Accommodation Hotel Lietsu. Boutique Aparthotel Lietsu
Day 7: Check-out
We say farewell and wish you safe travels back home!

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