Raintsaari is an esker island whose rocky areas, spiky in places, offer great views over the waters of Luonteri. There is a sandy bar jutting out into the lake to the west of the island.

Raintsaari emerged from underneath the continental ice sheet during the Yoldia Sea phase around 11,300 years ago. A Stone-Age dwelling and cairn from the Early Metal Age have also been found on the island. The cairn is a fairly oval shape and consists of rather large stones on top of and around a smaller rocky mound. The cairn is 2.5-3.0m in diameter and half a metre tall.

Raintsaari is an island destination that can be reached by boat in summer. There is a pier for small boats on the western shore of the island and also a campfire site and an outdoor toilet.

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Coordinates: x=547526,200 y=6833806,200 (ETRS-TM35FIN)

The above coordinates are working in GPS-devices and for example in karttapaikka.fi service.

The below coordinates are working in Google maps service, which uses geographic coordinates:

Coordinates: 61.634632624, 27.896682663 (ETRS89 maantieteelliset(~WGS84))


Image: Jari Nenonen


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