Oulu-Hailuoto ice road

Oulu-Hailuoto, a Finnish ice road

Ice road between Oulu-Hailuoto, connection on the road 816, with a total length of 9km in Finland. The road links Oulu, a city and municipality of 145,256 inhabitants in the region of Northern Ostrobothnia, in Finland and Hailuoto, an island and a municipality in the province of Oulu, Finland.

Kallavesi ice road

The stunning Kallavesi ice road in Finland

Ice road located in Kallavesi, a lake in Northern Savonia, eastern Finland located around the town of Kuopio.

The King's Road

The King's Road

The King's Road is a short road located in the Kymenlaakso region of Finland. The road is mostly unpaved.

Koli ice road

Koli ice road in Eastern Finland

Koli ice road is one of the longest ice roads in Finland, with a length of 7 km (4.3 mi). The road crosses the Lake Pielinen, from Koli to Lieksa in Eastern Finland, in North Karelia, a region that borders to the regions of Kainuu, Northern Savonia, Southern Savonia, South Karelia and to Russia. Since 1980, the Koli ice road has been Finland’s longest public ice road.


Muotkatakka, the highest road in Finland

At an elevation of 601m (1,971ft) above the sea level, Muotkatakka is the highest point of the Finnish roads.

Route 9552

Route 9552

Route 9552 is a very scenic drive located in Lapland region, northern Finland, north of the Arctic Circle.


Savikyläntie, a scenic unpaved road in Finland

Savikyläntie (Route 15807) is a short unpaved road located in the North Karelia region of Finland.

NOTICE: Due to the spread of COVID-19, many points of interest and roads are closed and travel is not recommended. Please follow all local health authority directives before venturing off, and stay safe.