The newest route in the Kuhankuono network is the Rehtsuo Route. The route begins in Silvola at the end of the regional Föli bus line. And this is the key idea behind the Rehtsuo Route: it is accessible by bus from central Turku. From the bus stop, the route continues along Nousiaisentie for about 2 km until it turns left towards Rehtsuo. Rehtsuo is an exceptionally fine private marsh conservation area with a trail that partly runs along duckboards. Next to the marsh is the route’s resting place, the Perävuori lean-to shelter. There is a woodshed and a dry toilet near the lean-to shelter. From the lean-to shelter, the route continues alongside fields to the Jyrkkävuori forest road before the path turns towards Vahdontie. There is a bus stop at the end of the path to take walkers back to the city. The route can be followed in either direction: there is a bus stop nearby, where walkers coming from Turku can hop off and hike to Silvola. The route is flat in profile but takes in some wet areas, so hiking boots or rubber boots are advised in wet weather. The route is over 9 km long, and it can easily take over three hours to walk, including breaks.
Starting point in the north Föli bus stop Silvola 4086 and in the south Föli bus stops Leppistentie 4050 or Leppistentie 4049 There are no designated parking spaces for cars on the route.