Wander in the most magnificent primeval forest in Southern Finland
Pyhä-Häkki National Park
Pyhä-Häkki is the largest and most impressive primeval forest in Southern Finland. The pines are a thing for Saarijärvi. You can also find your own beloved pine. Take a pine excursion in the Pyhä-Häkki National Park where there are 400-year-old pines. The biggest tree in the park lived from 1518 to 2004 and it will still stand a long time as a silver gray Kelo pine. It is 26 meters tall and has a circumference of 288 cm. There are hiking trails of 3 and 6 km in the park and the Keski-Suomen maakuntaura hiking route goes through it.
There is a guide in the park during the summer season, phone 040 756 168.