Not the biggest, but the highest freeflowing waterfall in Finland. This is a nature reserve area. Cafe is open on summertimes. Walking path, all the way down. Steep steps down. Very beautiful area. At it's best in spring time, when snow is melting. You have to walk through 50-75 cm of deep snow for 30 meters to get there in winter. I'd recommend visit after most of snow has melted. The gorge is beautiful. The river runs through it down to Tuovilanlahti village and to the Maaninkajärvi - lake. Free parking at the Cafe. There's also information about flora & fauna of the area.
More info in Wikipedia: http://fi.wikipedia.org/wiki/Korkeakoski_(Maaninka)
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