Lauhanvuori National Park

As one of the highest places in Western Finland, Lauhanvuori Hill equals the hills of Northeast Finland and Lapland.

Lauhanvuori Hill stands out in the flat landscape of the Ostrobothnia Region, and its vegetation and geology differ from the surrounding areas. The park is well known for its rugged dry pine forests, springs and spring-fed brooks, bogs full of puddles, and barren stone deposits at the ancient coastline. Lauhanvuori National Park is ideal for day trips.