Pyhä-Häkki national park
Wander in the most magnificent primeval forest in Southern Finland
Pyhä-Häkki is the largest and most impressive primeval forest in Southern Finland. The pines are a thing for Saarijärvi. You can also find your own beloved pine. Take an excursion in the Pyhä-Häkki National Park where there are 400-year-old pines. The biggest tree in the park lived from 1518 to 2004 and it will still stand a long time as a silver gray Kelo pine. It is 26 meters tall and has a circumference of 288 cm. There are hiking trails of 3 and 6 km in the park and the Keski-Suomen maakuntaura hiking route goes through it.
There is a guide in the park during the summer season, phone 040 756 168.
During 27.6. – 30.8.2020 (Saturday and Sunday) The cafe car Anna Unelma serves in the parking lot of the national park. You can buy coffee, pastries, cold drinks and pancakes from the cafe car. Cash only.
Saarijärven kaupunki / Matkailupalvelut
Sivulantie 11, PL 13, 43101 Saarijärvi