Each visit to Ruka and Kuusamo is the start of another adventure, where novel encounters spring up to the musicality of the evolving seasons. Many who have experienced the wonder of one winter or summer holiday here are as of now arranging their next getaway into Kuusamo’s thrilling wilderness!
Hiking in Oulanka National Park
Oulanka National Park in the Northern Ostrobothnia and Lapland districts of Finland, covering 270 square kilometers. The primary populations in the zone were Sami community from Lapland who lived here until the end of the seventeenth century, which was the point at which they needed to offer approach to Finnish pioneers.
Despite the fact that chasing, catching fish and later cultivating was the essential employment of the general population who lived there, today the most prominent action in Oulanka is tourism.
In the rough landscape of the Karhunkierros Trail, you will view the force of water. The numerous trail choices and hanging scaffolds will take you to the most exciting waterfalls in Finland. The hops of wild brown trout, the plunges of European scoops, the boundless prettiness of the aapa mires and the beautiful calypso will challenge even the accomplished nature photographer.
Nature doesn’t perceive any state limits: the incomprehensible wild of the Paanajärvi National Park is to be found on the Russian side of the outskirt.
Horse Riding at Ruska Laukka Stables
Ruska Laukka Stables offer exercises with stallions such as sleigh rides, horse rides, horseback riding and lessons in Kuusamo Meskuvaara . Come and take pleasure in a different range of equestrian services in Kuusamo. Experience wonderful sleigh rides with the entire family, and enjoy the peaceful landscape of snow-white trees.
Get Pleasure from the stress-free forest trek at the center of forested slopes on horseback. The delightful view of the northeastern nature gives a considerable measure to be seen on all seasons. Appreciate a minihike in changing landscape. The moonlight ride in the snowy, mysterious woods quiets even the busiest of minds.
To know more about Hiking and horse ride in Ruka, read the full article by Erin McNeaney on Never Ending Voyage.