For the nature-lover, the Koli National Park offers several days’ worth of sights worth seeing. Besides the most famous scenic points, there are many nature attractions in the park and its vicinity that are well worth experiencing: the Ryläys rocky waterfall, the Räsävaara observation tower, the Pirunkirkko (‘Devil’s Church’) rocky cave, the Tarhapuro waterfall, the Sacrificial Crevasse, the sandy-beached islands of Lake Pielinen...
At Koli and its close vicinity there are several exhibitions going on throughout the year. For examples, consider the exhibitions at the Visitor Centre Ukko in the Koli National Park, at the village centres of Vuonislahti and Koli, and at the Stone Village in Nunnanlahti.
The location of Koli in the middle of North Karelia provides easy opportunities to make day excursions to other nice destinations in the province. The surroundings of Lake Pielinen, the Ruunaa hiking area, the other national parks of Eastern Finland, the golf courses, and the Border of Peace are all easily accessible from Koli.
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