Korouoma Nature Reserve

Korouoma is a rugged canyon hundreds of millions of years old in Posio, Lapland. The deepest point of the canyon is the central section at 100-130 metres deep. The canyon and its high cliffs form an impressive landscape and hiking area to enjoy throughout the year. The region has a diverse range of different nature types with ridge terrain and small groves. In the wintertime Korouoma offers excellent possibilities for ice climbing. More information at www.posio.fi
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Rock climbers and Korouoma

Lapland Finland, Nature Reserve, Climbers

Iceclimber in Korouoma, Lapland

Visit Finland and Finnair have launched a campaign in search of an explorer for a three month adventure in the arctic conditions of Finnish Lapland.

Korouoma cliffs. Photo by janiylinampa

Photo of Korouoma cliffs

Northern Lights above Korouoma canyon. Photo by Markku Pirttimaa

Northern Lights above Korouoma canyon Posio Finland. Photo by Markku Pirttimaa

Can you hear the silence? by Aki Ollila

Can you hear the silence? by Aki Ollila

Koivuköngäs waterfall by Aki Ollila

Koivuköngäs waterfall by Aki Ollila Posio Finland

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