Torronsuo National Park
Torronsuo is one of the most interesting national parks found in all of Southern Finland. Under the kilometres of duckboard trails lies Finland's deepest bog, which provides visitors with a unique opportunity to see wetland vegetation and wildlife up close and personal. Located a short, 10-minute hike from the parking area, a birdwatching tower allows visitors to admire the impressive bog landscape. In the spring and autumn, the birdwatching tower beckons visitors to come see flocks of migratory birds and in the winter, visitors can take advantage of the snow cover at Torronsuo and ski tracks of varying lengths. For more information on Torronsuo services and trails, contact the Häme Nature Centre.