Gottlund’s trail

Huttulantie 1
51900 Juva

Gottlund’s trail introduces the cultural and historical sights and natural attractions around Juva. The tour got its name from Carl Axel Gottlund (1796-1875), who used to collect folklore and oral poetry around Juva. The Gottlund Trail ends and starts from Partala King’s Manor, and the whole length of the trail is approximately 9 kilometers. The route has been marked with a clover symbol similar to the one in the Juva coat of arms, and it has 27 stops. The stops have signs which tell about the sight in question. 1. Partala King’s Manor 2. Archaeophytes 3. Huttula Parsonage 4. Stone fence foundation and former field 5. Salajärvi Lake 6. Formation of the shoreline 7. Old camping ground 8. Deadwood 9. Swamp shrubs 10. Roche moutonnée, smooth rocks shaped by glacial erosion 11. Burrs in the trees 12. The age of a pine tree 13. Signs of a forest fire 14. Draining of swamps 15. Stedingk rampart 16. Old bridle path along the ridge 17. Prehistoric dwelling site 18. Jukajärvi Lake islands, Ukonsaari 19. Drumlins 20. A grove-like valley 21. Pappilan Ylämäki nature reserve 22. Pappilanjoki River Nature Reserve 23. Gottlund’s cottage 24. Jukajärvi Lake and the shoreline 25. The old cemetery 26. Granary and windmill 27. Juva Truffle Centre and truffle orchards

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