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Reitti 2000: Luukki, Martinlaakso is a 9.7 mile point-to-point trail located near Espoo, Helsinki-Uusimaa Region, Finland that offers scenic views and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options.

Length 9.7 mi Elevation gain 1,551 ft Route type Point to Point
Backpacking Camping Hiking Nature trips Walking Views
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Getting There

This is one of the sections of Reitti 2000 hiking / cycling route. Whole route is 110 kilometres long but you can walk / cycle it in parts, of course. It starts / ends in Laakso (Helsinki) and goes through the Central Park of Helsinki / Vantaa, enters the parks and nature reserves of Petikko and Vestra, passes Korpilampi and Luukki and makes a loop in Nuuksio National Park and other nature reserves and outdoor recreation areas in Espoo / Kirkkonummi. From Luukki to Helsinki it comes back the same path. You can walk it any direction you like, of course.

Myllyjärvi: Nice little lake with a small beach, fantastic to swim Serena / Korpilampi: Hotel and aqua park Along the way: Two Laavu shelters

Bus 345 stops right at the starting / end point in Luukki (Stop: Helmgård E7224). There is also parking right at the spot. Several buses can take you to / from Martinlaakso (please use HSL route planner). You can also reach it with I and P trains.

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Tomi Tenetz
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It is an interesting concept to hike from the center of the capital city and make a hike to a National Park and come back. The trail is mostly pleasant stroll and easy terrain to walk. Trail markings are a very big problem. They are often missing or difficult to detect. Also in so many crossroads there is no sign which way to go. You will need this application or other map resourced to be sure which way to go. Even in this recording there is one small mistake. The trail goes slightly different way in Lahnus.

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Meido Aan
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