Storyful park walk

Walking culturally diverse Forssa riverside with stories

Forssa, Finlande
Disponible en finnois et anglais
1 heure 30 minutes
15 places par expérience
Prix normal: 25 €
Enfants: 10 €

Au programme

There's beautiful nature in the city, too. An urban park walk explores the beauty of urban nature and finds relaxing harmonies in our own backyard, so to speak. Forssa National Urban Park is one of Finland's eleven magnificent urban parks. In Forssa, the urban park milier is characterised by red-brick factory buildings dating back to the 19th and 20th centuries, located along the beautiful and green River Loimijoki. Many beautiful and well-maintained parks with details and renovated factory-era wooden houses from past centuries. People are relaxed and relaxed and that's why our city walk can take us to market coffees in the local company during the market hours.

Start experiencing the culturally diverse and valuable Forssa National Urban Park from the perspective that makes sense to you. Guided tours can be done with a garden and park theme, a fabric and factory theme, a personal history theme or, for example, a focus on enjoying nature and landscapes.

Qui est Luontovalmentaja Tarja Jaakkola - le/la Doer

“A green shirt flashes through the willow branches. I can hear the sounds of silent splashing and scuffle. I press myself lower in the underbrush, behind the willow tree. I move my foot; it slips down into an underwater dent and I suddenly have water up to my knee. A muskrat hole. The hem of my skirt gets soaked. Grandma thinks girls should wear skirts but this is why one shouldn’t wear shoes. One pair of wellies has already been lost in the muskrat’s clutches. The sedges and mud under bare feet feel cold. Suddenly someone smacks into me from behind. I fall face first into the water. I hear the taunts and ‘neener’ from behind me as I spit peat out of my mouth. Dammit. Next time I must be careful and move more quietly. My clothes are soaked but it doesn’t matter. We climb on top of the boulders on the shore which are spotted with seagull droppings to sit and dry our clothes. Chatting and planning the next make-believe games. The large spruce trees in the shoreline forests seem tempting. We decide to climb as high up as we can. Lets go! Bare toes are the best for climbing; the resin is easier to wash off from your heels than your shirt. The rough bark crunches nicely and feels warm after the cool lake water. The birds escape from the trees; a squirrel scuttles further away from us. Grandma treads the yard down below.

The branches create a green, leafy haven. A secret hideout. Here we are safe from everything; friends together. Blue sky glints beyond the foliage. Birds soar through the wide blue expanse; it calls to us too. We climb higher and not a single thought is spared for how we’re to climb back down. It’s not important. There’s always a way down; that much we’ve learned. Only the way up is what matters. The goal. The dream.”

This is probably where it all started, the summers spent at grandma’s, who knows? Studies, as well as common sense, tell us that the nature relationship one has as a child has positive effects also later in life. Nature gives a sense of importance, strength and wellbeing. Nature amazes, time after time, with its incredible diversity. I became a wilderness guide and nature teacher. I love this experience guide job i have now been doing eight years. I love to show others what nature can be and what it means to me and all of us.

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Almost everyone is able to participate in this experience, as we mainly walk along the park corridors of the city centre. Just remember to be prepared for the Finnish weather, which can be unpredictable.

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