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Lakeside Tiny House With Gorgeous Views

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Explore this cozy Finnish cottage with 2 bedrooms, 4 beds, and 1 bathroom in Vaala. Modern and pleasant, the Villa Salmon sleeps four on Finland’s Lake Oulujarvi. It’s conveniently located a short distance from all that Vaala proper has to offer. The 2019 structure boasts stunning vistas of Lake Oulujarvi. The cabin features a high-end sauna with a view of the lake, as well as two bedrooms, a living area, and a kitchen with all the amenities. Your own private beach and pier are available during your stay. It is convenient to have everything you need (a grocery shop, a restaurant, a pharmacy, gas, a train station, etc.) within walking distance. The stark beauty of Lake Oulujarvi in the Oulujarvi Hiking Area will captivate you. Gulls and common terns cry out, creating a tone that is quintessentially nautical. Open water on the lake allows you to paddle into the setting light. Here are a few recommendations for how to spend your time off.

Lake Oulujarki’s pristine sands go on forever. Lake Oulujarvi’s beaches, pine forests, and distinctive waters make it a must-see destination. The hiking paths in this area traverse sandy bluffs and sparse pine trees. All over the broad stretches of sandy beach, you’re sure to find your ideal picnic and swimming place. At the beach, two youngsters splash around in the shallow water. The Niskanselka region of Lake Oulujarvi and the island of Manamansalo make up the land and water regions of the Oulujarvi Hiking Area.

The Hiking Area encompasses all or part of Honkinen, Kuostonsaari, and Jylhanniemi, as well as the islands of Ykspisto, Yla-Mulkku, and Kaarresalo. Of the whole area, 64.3% is water, while the terrestrial area only takes up 14%. Manamansalo is known for its lichen-covered heaths, steep Lake Oulujarvi shoreline, and several clear forest lakes that are frequented by anglers. Lakes are home to native populations of pike (Esox lucius) and perch (Perca fluviatilis). Meanwhile, Oncorhynchus mykiss rainbow trout have been introduced to Lake Sarkinen.

It is the fourth largest lake in Finland, and it is called Lake Oulujarvi. Before roughly 9,100 to 9,400 years ago, it was covered by a continental ice sheet. Because the lake’s water level is managed, its surface area can be anywhere between 778 to 944 square kilometers. There are shallower spots (about 7 meters) and deeper ones (around 38 meters). The Oulujoki River empties into Lake Oulujarvi, which ultimately empties into the Gulf of Bothnia. In addition to receiving 87% of its water supply from the rivers Kiehimajoki and Kajaaninjoki, it is also connected to Lake Nuasjarvi via the Kajaaninjoki River. The lake is an integral part of the water cycle that includes the Oulujoki River, as well as the Hyrynsalmi and Kuhmo Streams. Lake Oulujarvi is home to Finland’s largest continuous open water regions at Niskanselka and Arjanselka. Most islands feature sandy beaches, however many of the islets in the open water areas are stony and barren due to being piled up by the ice. Brown Trout (Salmo trutta m. lacustris) can be found in the sandy shallows that along the edges of the vast open waterways.

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