Ounasvaara lean-to, Väiski lean-to

Ounasvaara lean-to, Väiski lean-to

The Ounasvaara Lean-to (also known as Väiski’s Lean-to) is 6.8 km east of Rovaniemi on the Ounasvaara Hill. The log-built lean-to is along a fitness/ski trail on the east side of Ounasvaara. The lean-to features a campfire site and woodshed. In the winter, walking is prohibitted on the ski trail.


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