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Porttilouhi campfire site
Finland
Porttilouhi or Gare Canyon is a rocky area in Juuka North Karelia. The Canoyon gets its name from a stone block over a passage to canyon forming a natural gate. Porttilouhi is along the UKK trekking route, and there is a campfire site for trekkers to rest.
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Tags: campfire; forest; canyon; rocky; cliff; nature; autum
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