I recently was on a micro adventure in Nuuksio nationalpark in southern Finland. My adventure ended up as one night and 23 km walked. This time of year(mid april), off-season and on a monday totuesday the park felt almost empty. I counted to nine other people on the trails compared to hundreds in-season and on weekends.
My micro adventure started in Veikkola ended at Haltia via Haukkalampi. I spent the night at Holma-Saarijärvi and for once I was allowed to stay the night there alone. I pitched my tarp right at the shoreline with a fantastic view on the lake and a beautiful night with starlight. My sleep was not uninterrupted though, because of some red-throated divers(gavia stellata) that decied upon mating and a noisy concert in the middle of the night!
Some snow remained in the woods here and there and many lakes still had a icy topping.
What more can I say; I had a terrific time by myself out in the woods of Southern Finland(even though I don't like Nuuksio at all: too much people, too many man-made paths). The tarp, the Jerven Fjellduken liner, Goruck GR2, Solo Stove and other gear performed as expected.