Koli Shop Retkitupa

Koli Shop Retkitupa 2019-03-31T11:42:56+00:00
Koli Shop Retkitupa has a wide selection of souvenirs and outdoor equipment including T-shirts, knives, jewellery, and wooden kuksa cups made in Finland. In our store you also find Ticket To The Moon hammocks, camping gas, fire starters and other gear you need for hiking or camping out. In the winter we offer high-quality Faber snowshoes and Snowline snow spikes as wells as beanies, fleece jackets and gloves to keep you warm. We also rent outdoor gear. The products we sell are carefully selected by three nature-loving outdoors-women. We value durable and environmentally friendly products and strive to find locally made specialties and souvenirs.
Welcome to Koli Shop Retkitupa!

Opening Hours

Opening hours 2019

1.1.–21.6.2019 Mon–Sat 10–17 Sun 10–15

Fri 19.4.–Sun 21.4.2019 10–17, Mon 22.4.2019 10–15

22.6.–11.8.2019 Mon–Sat 9–19 Sun 10–17

12.8.–31.12.2019 Mon–Sat 10–17 Sun 10–15

Christmas time 2019:

24.12.2019 10–14 (Exhibitions and cafeteria of Koli Nature Centre Ukko is closed)

25.–26.12.2019 10–15

Changes possible.

Image: Koli Soap

Faber snowshoes

We sell high-quality Canadian Faber snowshoes. We also rent the same models and sizes, so you can test different models to find the one that fits your needs. Welcome to test the Faber snowshoes!

Our current models are Faber Mountain Expert (sizes 828, 930 and 1036), Mountain Quest (sizes 30 and 1036), North Cliff (sizes 825, 929 and 1034), North Venture (size 929) and S-Line stepping sliding (size 540).

Image: Snow spikes for shoes

Contact Information

Address: Ylä-Kolintie 39, 83960 KOLI
Phone: +358400 2313 32

Koli Shop Retkitupa is located at the Koli Nature Centre Ukko. The shop is easily accessible also with wheelchair and pushchair.

Image: Wood Jewel -magnets, made in Finland
Image: Finnish Kupilka and fish from Pielinen
Image: Koli and other hats, made in Finland
At Koli Shop Retkitupa you can also rent outdoor equipment such as sleeping bags,
hammocks, snowshoes or a child carrier.

Cover photo: Kirsti Hassinen