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Svartå Bruk (Mustion Ruukki) is located at the offspring of Lohjanjärvi (Lojosjön). A small river with slow flowing water and minor rapids starts with water from Lohjanjärvi and flows all the way to Pohjanlahti. The river has a few powerplant dams where kayaks need to be carried around if going the full length of the river. The river stretches past agriculture areas for a distance of 24 kilometers. The tour may start and extend some of the distance to return back upstream to the startingpoint.

Mini ice-bergs are drifting multiple times in a winter. Hangossa jäiden lähtöja voi ihailla useammin talven aikana.


100,00 €

The Finnish archipelago, and even more the Ekenäs archipelago is full of world unique features. A dense number of islets, with trees and forest, and also clean-washed rock gardens. True access to all of this is only possible by kayak, and cannot be imagined before seeing it. During one day we are able to enjoy a selection of varying scenery, and be lead by Jöns Aschan to places that only people grown up in the archipelago know where to find.

Deadly cold water and a tippy kayak, perhaps surrounded by ice and frost in the air.  For you it looks like a trap with only one outcome. A gasp of cold water in your lungs, or at least severe hypothermia and inability to act rationally. No way you would volunteer - would you?  Some paddlers defy the cold in order to enjoy and lead paddling tours in the winter landscapes. Jöns Aschan is one of them. He will equip properly with gear and skills to demonstrate skills useful to avoid the dangers of the elements. Ask him about the time when he suddenly found himself looking up at the ice from below. The actual show in the water will take about a quarter and can be accompanied by fabulous video scenery and stories from winter tours.

Byxholmen south side, FinlandTrelänningen is part of the Tammisaari archipelago national park

This national park is not accessible by car but can be reached by kayak. We will paddle through the inner archipelago and make our way to the rugged islets of the outer archipelago.

We will paddle as far out in the archipelago as the weather conditions allow. We will also try to reach Jussarö island with its compelling history as a former mine and subsequent restricted military area. The island has only been open to the general public since the beginning of 2005. Today Jussarö offers an instructive nature trail which is an essential experience.

We will spend the night in tents and prepare our food with stoves. This trip is suitable for both beginners and advanced paddlers.