The group spent a week full of activities in Pajulahti from 9 to 14 July. They had the opportunity to try different sports such as wall climbing, archery, and the Pajulahti Adventure Park.
On Thursday, the program included a day in Lahti, when the group visited the top of Lahti ski jumping tower, Perhepuisto park, and Malva museum of visual arts.
The city of Lahti and Training Center Pajulahti organized the summer camp based on the contact from Zaporizhzhia. Zaporizhzhia is Lahti’s twin town in Ukraine.