Clean nature is a feast for the eyes, the soul and the stomach – throughout the year!
Enjoy the scenery and peace. In winter, you can go cross-country skiing, ice fishing, play ice hockey or even take a snowy ride on a horse. Rent a heatable cabin and spend an unforgettable holiday in the middle of stunning winter wonderland.
Haukivuori nature as such in summer is worth seeing. Go hiking, fishing or cycling about the picturesque Lake Kyyvesi. Go berry or mushroom picking, or just hiking in the forest. The magnificent canoeing route of the River Naarajoki, the Häkkilä hiking and cycling trails as well as the abundant birdlife and diverse vegetation offer the visitor innumerable experiences.
There are many events both in winter and in summer to make your stay memorable. Culture lovers find different musical events and amateur theatre performances; sports enthusiasts can take part in or watch the swamp volley world championship games as well as skiing and track and field competitions. Hauki-Halli Sports Hall serves as the venue for both indoor sports and happenings of various kinds. Fairs and other marketplace events enliven life in Haukivuori in the summertime.
Tourist information and tourist maps:
Haukivuori Tourist Information, Wanha Osula
Tel. (+358) 015 412 097
Opening hours (Wintertime September-April)
Tu – Fr 9-17.30
Opening hours (Summertime May-August)
Tu – Fri 9-18
Haukivuoren Asiointipiste (tourist maps)
Mo 13 – 19
Tu, We, Fr 10 – 16
Th 13 – 19
Sa, Su closed
Mikkeli Region Tourist Information
Mikkeli Tourist Information is located in Mikkeli town centre, at Maaherrankatu 22. You can find brochures and flyers introducing the region and other parts of Finland, get information on places to visit, and buy souvenirs and tickets for the town orchestra concerts there. Free access to the Internet and printing service are also provided,
Mo 10 – 17
Tu – Fr 9 – 17
Sa 9 – 15 (summertime only)
Planning a holiday in Mikkeli but no idea where to stay and what to do? Click at http://visitmikkeli.fi/ for help!