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Lean-to and campfire site in Konnus, Leppävirta
Finland

This is the northern-most island of the Konnus canal area in Leppävirta. There is a lean-to and place to start a fire as well as an outhouse for visitors. The rappids around the island will keep the water ice-free all year round, so this is a good place to visit for birdwatchers and bird photographers.

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上传: 26/03/2012
更新: 05/09/2014
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Tags: outdoors; forest; trees; snow; spring; nature
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