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Jyrhämänkuja lean-to

  • The Jyrhämänkuja lean-to sits in a sunny spot on the bank of River Kemijoki. Photo: Asko Salmela

    The Jyrhämänkuja lean-to sits in a sunny spot on the bank of River Kemijoki. Photo: Asko Salmela

Jyrhämänkuja lean-to

The Jyrhämänkuja Lean-to is in the city centre of Rovaniemi behind the health centre in Sairaalanniemi. The log-built lean-to is on a spit in the bank of the Kemi River, featuring a campfire site, firewood and benches. You can reach the Jyrhämänkuja parking area by car. The path to the lean-to is 100 m.

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Carol 2/7/2014 7:40 AM
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Comfortable place to sit by the campfire near the town center.

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