Rokua Geopark is located in Northern Finland, about 200 kilometers south of the Arctic Circle and it is currently the northernmost Geopark in the world. The closest airport is the Oulu airport, situated less than an hour’s drive from the Geopark. Besides plane, the Geopark is easy to access by train or car.
The Geoparks theme is: Heritage of the Ice Age, as the traces of the last ice age are exceptionally visible here. The bedrock here is among the oldest in Europe, as it dates back up to 2.7 billion years. Besides the geology the area has significant cultural and biological heritage.