The branching forest trail of Vuoksenniska is good for hiking.
The main sites for a person studying nature from the geological viewpoint could be the deltas deposited at the level of the Baltic Ice Lake, boulder-strewn end moraine ridges, the Vuoksi river bed, and a few of the beach levels. The finest example of a glaciofluvial delta in the region can be found along the Vuoksenniska forest trail. The Vuoksenniska school and the adjacent sports field have been built upon the delta plain. A person walking on the flat delta surface will see that, here, a samll piece of the Ostrobothnian plains has been placed in Imatra. On the north-eastern side of the sports field, the forest trail curves on to the outer edge on the delta, slanting steeply towards the east. There are a few kettele holes at the southern end of the forest trail. These were created by the melting of ice blocks buried in the sand. The retourn route from the additional Vuoksenniska forest trail follows a striking end moraine ridge.
Follow the blue signs (painted markings, arrows) and cone signs along the route. The signs are incomplete at times.
Startig point is from the Vuoksenniska Urehilukenttä.
There is a parking area at Vuoksenniska Urheilukenttä.