Kaidatvedet are part of the Natura 2000 area
Kaidatvedet are a lake chain formed into a narrow ravine valley. There are small white waters in the narrow passages between the lakes, and the beaches are rocky, quaint and nearly without any cottages. The area represents the rugged nature of southern Finland. Kaidatvedet are a popular hiking and fishing area 10 km from the city center of Parkano.
Ympäristö.fi / kaidatvedet
Geologist Pasi Talvitie wrote about Kaidatvedet in his Retkipaikka -blog.
There is also one of Parkano’s museums, the Forest Museum, along the Kaidatvedet
The history of logging from the emergence of the sawmill industry in the 1860s until the 1960s, when machinery entered wider use, is presented at the forest museum. The museum area consists of an exhibition building, a logging bunkhouse, a sauna, horse stables, a log pontoon, and forestry machinery. The museum buildings give a good idea of the various aspects of logging and the loggers’ work conditions.
Parkano City, The Forest Museum
Museum Compass, Parkano Forest Museum
Vesipääsky scenery boat cruises around the Kaidatvedet area
It is possible to go on a cruise with Vesipääsky boat from the shore of Käenkoski. Vesipääsky scenery boat that is steadily floating in the lanes is a great place to organize parties and excursions in the beautiful lakeside embrace. Vesipääsky scenery boat has A serving rights. The number of seats on the scenery boat is 65.