After departure from the Vääksy Sports Centre, the trail climbs steeplyto the Aurinkovuori hill (“Sun Mountain”). Close to the startingpoint, the Aurinkovuori lean-to and lookout spot offer a great viewover Lake Päijänne. From Aurinkovuori, the trail continues towardsthe deep kettle holes “Syrjänsupat” and the Kuurnamäki lean-towhich, in turn, offers a nice view over the Finnish rural landscape.The next attraction along the trail is the Kurhila village, where thetrail passes the coffee shop Vanha Kevar and leads to SeurantaloKuhilas, a camping site with a sheltered cooking facility. From there,the trail mainly follows old forest roads with short sections of paths.There are two lean-to shelters in atmospheric places by brooks: Uusimyllyand Kaupinsaari. The trail ends at Haarajärvi parking area.
Some sections of the trail include difficult terrain, and there are somesteep hills. After heavy rain, the soil is soft. It is advisable to have a mapwith you, because some sections of the trail have tall grass and worntrail markings. Due to the length of the trail, you should reserve plentyof time and food for the trip.