Syöte National Park
The Syöte National Park invites you on an adventure!
The Syöte National Park was established in 2000 in order to protect the valuable natural features of the wooded hills. In the deep wilderness of the national park, many threatened species, such as the Siberian flying squirrel, the golden eagle, large carnivore species, and the delicate yellow marsh saxifrage have a chance to thrive. There are hundreds of kilometres of trails in the Syöte National Park, in all seasons.
There are about 122 km of marked trails in Syöte National Park. The Syöte Visitor Centre provides up-to-date hiking tips, making it easy to have an active holiday in this landscape of wooded hills. Some of them are listed above.
From Syöte Visitor Centre you can rent snow shoes, a child packback carrier and a child pulling sledge for winter fun. The snow covered spruce’s are magnificently beautiful and looks a bit like a troll’s. Take a walk in one of our nice day trip hut’s like Annintupa. Explore Syöte with all senses!
Say yes to adventure! The wild wooded hills of Syöte provide an ideal setting for many adventures. Ski-trek through the magical snow-covered winter forests, or pedal up and down along the park’s fine fatbiking routes.
The log cabin sauna at Ahmatupa in the heart of the park is a great place to soothe your body and soul. Go on an active holiday over the wooded hills and enjoy outdoor life!
The Syöte Visitor Centre, which is located deep in an old-growth forest, boasts a fascinating exhibition that presents the natural features and cultural history of the area. The day’s newspapers and a wlan network are available free of charge. A film named Forest Wilderness created from the photographs by Jorma Luhta also fascinates children. The visitor centre provides up-to-date hiking tips, making it easy to have an active holiday in this landscape of wooded hills.
Syöte Visitor Centre – Gate to the National Park
Come and take a look! There is no entrance fee to the Syöte Visitor Centre. Please check the opening hours here
- Check the future events and temporary exhibitions from the event calendar
- A wide range of nature-themed films
- Hiking tips provided by expert guides
- Guided group tours free of charge for pupils and groups of day care children!
- Maps, fishing and hunting permits
- Reservations for reservable huts
- Nature-themed souvenirs and gifts
- A wide range of indoor and outdoor activities for children
- Snowshoes, a child carrier backpack, a child pulling sledge and flying discs (for disc golf) for hire
- Baby care room
- Café-restaurant Korppi
The café is open during the visitor centre’s opening hours. You can enjoy fresh pastries, savoury snacks, hot and cold drinks at the café. Soup lunch is served from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. From Cafe Korppi you can also rent outdoor equipments like snowshoes, cross-country skis and fatbikes.