A Wall Made by Giants.

We spent one of these most beautiful and warm days visiting Lauhanvuori National Park to see this amazing Giants´wall. This largest stone field is called Kivijata, Stone Chain. It is 800 metres long and over one kilometre in height.

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In Lauhanvuori, crustal upheavals lifted sandstone from the shore, forming a mountain of over one kilometre in height, which eroded to its current height over time. The erosion left its traces, such as tors, in the area.

More information https://www.lauhanvuoriregion.fi/geopark-en-gb/geologia-en-gb/

Hiking over the stone field is only allowed on the duckboards.

A coffee break, because we are Finns, we drink coffee all the time and everywhere.

At the time of Covid-19 virus this National Park was really quiet, we saw less than ten people during our three hour visit.

34 thoughts on “A Wall Made by Giants.

  1. Charlee: “I bet that does a good job keeping the White Walkers out!”
    Chaplin: “Kosmo doesn’t live in Westeros, Charlee, he lives in Finland. There are no White Walkers in Finland.”
    Charlee: “Right, that’s what I said. Because the wall keeps them out.”

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