The Tilia Trail (Lehmusreitti) is a park path that circles around the city centre. The trail is about 12.5 km in length and marked on trees with linden leave signs. The path passes through various forest areas, ascends ridges and climbs up to lookout spots on the tops of cliffs. There are also cultural environments and remnants of the ice age along the path.
The park path of the city centre circles around the city centre with a distance of about 2 kilometres from the Lahti market square.
The path goes mainly through different forests: pine boreal forests, spruce forests, parks and lush broad leaf woodlands. It ascends from the lakefront to the top of ridges and observation posts on top of cliffs. Along with forests the path offers culture environments, meadow and swamp areas, memorials from the ice age and a lot more. The street parts between the nature attractions remain short. The overall lenght of the trail is about 11 kilometers and it has been marked to trees and poles with green linden leaf marks. In places the trail can be followed by bicycle. You can get information about other things related to Lahti and the cultural attractions located on the path from tourist infos.
The park path of the city centre consists of eight destinations:
Vesijärvi (Lake Vesijärvi) - Teivaanmäki ja Häränsilmä - Radiomäki (Radio hill) - Kaupungintalo (The City hall) ja Lotilanharju - Metelinmäki ja Mustankallionmäki - Vesteråsinpuisto (Vesterås park) - Niemenkalliot (Niemi rocks) - Kariniemi