A favoured place for hikers in southwestern Finland is Lake Koskeljärvi in Eura. It belongs to the Natura 2000 network and is the largest lake without permanent buildings in Southwest Finland. Koskeljärvi is relatively shallow and therefore it freezes quicker than in sea areas. Although Koskeljärvi is only eight kilometres long, you can skate even up to 25 kilometres by skating around its shores. Several shelters and parking areas can be found around the lake.
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