Roads of Finland
Plan the perfect driving adventure with this helpful guide! Learn more about the things to consider before driving the most spectacular roads of Finland.
Driving the stunning Hailuoto Ice Road
Hailuoto Ice Road is an ice road constructed each year at the Bay of Bothnia, allowing vehicles to cross the northern Baltic Sea, in the Northern Ostrobothnia region of Finland.
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.
Savikyläntie is a scenic unpaved road in Finland
Savikyläntie (Route 15807) is the name of a very scenic road located in the region of South Karelia in Finland.
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.
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.
The historical King's Road is one of the best drives in Finland
Located on southern Finland, the historical King's Road is truly a very rewarding drive.
Route 9552 is a very scenic drive located in Lapland region, northern Finland, north of the Arctic Circle.
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