We have our very own Niagara Falls, only the scale is smaller! Jylhänkoski is a small, refreshing waterfall sight, located in the area of Kuru village in Ylöjärvi city. The waterfall flows in the middle of a dense forest inside a small “gorge”, where the Kettuoja River falls down a rocky cliff. The name of this three metre high cascade is derived from the nearby Jylhä estate. This spot might be hard to find, so make sure to check the location beforehand from the link below.
Please note that to get to the waterfall you need to walk about 350 meters, partly very unclear pathway.
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