Destination information

The Pajamäki and Tali areas are full of valuable historical and nature sites. Pajamäki’s trenches surround the Patterimäki outcrop, which houses bunkers and store caves. It is one of the best-preserved sites in the chain of land fortifications in Helsinki.

You can approach the Pajamäki and Tali recreation area from many different directions, and numerous buses stop on the local bus stops.

There are cross-country skiing tracks in the area in the winter. Up-to-date information on the condition of the cross-country skiing tracks.


The Patterimäki nature trail goes around Patterimäki and takes a detour via the hilltop. The nature trail is 1 km long and can be combined with the Mätäjoki and Talinpuutarha trail. The route is easy to walk and is suited to pushchairs. More detailed information about the nature trail.

Mätäjoki and Talinpuutarha trail: This 1.8-km leisure trail starts from Strömberginpuisto park, next to Helsinki’s only natural waterfall. The Mätäjoki and Talinpuutarha trail, like the Patterimäki nature trail, is an easy route also for pushchairs or wheelchair users. More detailed information about the nature trail.


The Mätäjoki and Talinpuutarha trail is suitable for wheelchair users.