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Description:

The Storträsk trail lies within easy reach of the Finnish capital and belongs to the Sipoonkorpi National Park.  The forests of Sipoonkorpi are surrounded by rolling fields and picturesque villages. The handicap-accessible trail to Lake Storträsk is 1 km, one way. In the parking lot you find labelled sites for handicap-accessible parking. The width of the trail is at least 1,2 m. Due to some inclines and descents, the trail is demanding and an assistant is needed for visitors in wheelchairs. There are several resting places along the trail. Beside the lake, you will find handicap-accessbile amenities: a toilet, cooking shelter and picnic tables.

Accessibility

Wheelchair accessible with an assistant
Accessible to parents with baby-strollers
Nordic-hiking
Walking

Along the 90 m hill, there is a dangerous curve with a gradient of 24% sideways. Also, due to the topography, rainwater may sometimes create small ditches along the trail.

How to get there: Coming from Helsinki, take the highway E18 towards Porvoo. In the crossing between E18 and Highway 7, continue forward but immediately turn left, towards Länsisalmentie Road.  After 1 km, turn left onto Sotungintie Road. After 2 km, turn right onto Nybygyggetintie Road. There you will find the first signs. Follow the signs (2 km) to the parking lot along Tasakalliontie Road.

Facilities

Fireplace site
Parking lot
Firewood available
Information board
Fishing allowed
Table/resting area/bench

No trash bins.

Fishing permits at Lake Storträsk: Café Kuusijärvi, T: +358 10 322 7090, E: info@cafekuusijarvi.fi, www.cafekuusijarvi.fi/english

Rules to follow

No trash bins
Dogs on leash
Plant picking forbidden

Download the GPX of the trail

In order to open the GPX file with the trail route on a mobile phone or computer, please install one of the hiking apps or maps, e.g., Wikiloc, Outdooractive, ViewRanger, OS Maps or any other GPX file reading programme or application.

Watch the trail video:

Description:

The Storträsk trail lies within easy reach of the Finnish capital and belongs to the Sipoonkorpi National Park.  The forests of Sipoonkorpi are surrounded by rolling fields and picturesque villages. The handicap-accessible trail to Lake Storträsk is 1 km, one way. In the parking lot you find labelled sites for handicap-accessible parking. The width of the trail is at least 1,2 m. Due to some inclines and descents, the trail is demanding and an assistant is needed for visitors in wheelchairs. There are several resting places along the trail. Beside the lake, you will find handicap-accessbile amenities: a toilet, cooking shelter and picnic tables.

Accessibility

Wheelchair accessible with an assistant
Accessible to parents with baby-strollers
Nordic-hiking
Walking

Along the 90 m hill, there is a dangerous curve with a gradient of 24% sideways. Also, due to the topography, rainwater may sometimes create small ditches along the trail.

How to get there: Coming from Helsinki, take the highway E18 towards Porvoo. In the crossing between E18 and Highway 7, continue forward but immediately turn left, towards Länsisalmentie Road.  After 1 km, turn left onto Sotungintie Road. After 2 km, turn right onto Nybygyggetintie Road. There you will find the first signs. Follow the signs (2 km) to the parking lot along Tasakalliontie Road.

Facilities

Fireplace site
Parking lot
Firewood available
Information board
Fishing allowed
Table/resting area/bench

No trash bins.

Fishing permits at Lake Storträsk: Café Kuusijärvi, T: +358 10 322 7090, E: info@cafekuusijarvi.fi, www.cafekuusijarvi.fi/english

Rules to follow

No trash bins
Dogs on leash
Plant picking forbidden

Download the GPX of the trail

In order to open the GPX file with the trail route on a mobile phone or computer, please install one of the hiking apps or maps, e.g., Wikiloc, Outdooractive, ViewRanger, OS Maps or any other GPX file reading programme or application.

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