The beautiful Ehrensvärd’s Trail starting from the Rosen and Ungern fortresses is of historical interest. Along the twokilometre trail you can enjoy nature and study the different stages of the fortress construction. Starting points at Urheilutie or Ungernintie.
You can download and print out a map on the Ehrensvärd’s Trail in pdf form by clicking this link.
Myllyharju Walk begins at the fountain park beside Loviisa church and Bonga Castle in the centre and runs along the ridge to the Plagen beach. The route is about 1.7 kilometers long and there are 16 new information boards, which reveal facts about the area, its history and nature.
The 8-kilometre Kukuljärvi hiking trail starts from Strömfors Iron Works and leads you through heights and breathtaking scenery. The route is partly non-accessible for the physically challenged. Non-slip shoes are recommended due to some rocky inclines. There are resting places at the lake Kukuljärvi and Kymijoki River, which are meant for short pauses. Puistokuja 1, Ruotsinpyhtää
You can download and print out a map on Kukuljärvi Trail in pdf form by clicking this link.
Kalle’s 11.5-kilometre hike through Liljendal forests is a meandering trail with a few demanding climbs. 5 kilometres of the trail consists of sand/forest driveway. There are some campfire sites and lean-tos along the trail. You can start from e.g. the crosscountry skiing tracks at Sävträsk. Kirkkotie, Sävträsk
You can download and print out a map on Kalle’s Hike in pdf form by clicking this link.
More maps to nature trails and hikes can be found and downloaded here on the web site of Loviisa Town or you can fetch them from Loviisa Tourist Office.