What a wonderful experience, hiking up the 200 meters high ski hill in deserted Tahko, in sunshine. And taking a sunset ski run back to the lake, almost all of it on still preserved snow.
And then, a swim in the lake. And camping in my car (didn't bother setting up the tent). Self-sufficiency with all the supplies, except for a quick refuel at an automated station.
Some might say lonely but I think it was calm solitude and connection to very beautiful nature.
The trip to Tahko was a part of a longer roadtrip, see the article about the other ski resorts. There's also articles about cave visits in Nilsiä and Suonenjoki.
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