The Huhtakorpi area of the Lauhanvuori National Park is home to the so-called Lauha’s fingers. The fingers are five narrow spring streams that flow from the ground and merge into a larger bed. The location is beautiful, and during the summer there are plenty of ferns in the spruce forest. You can reach the location by car or bike, or by walking along the marked paths of Lauha.
A few hundred metres from the springs, there is also the Huhtakorpi stone field.
Kohteen tiedot päivitetty: 18.10.2021