Kuivakaivo's kettle hole bog (Kauhaneva-Pohjankangas, National Parks)
Kuivakaivo is a small kettle hole bog located on the eastern slope of Nummikangas esker. It formed when an iceberg got stuck in the sand during the retreat of the glacier some 10 000 years ago. The iceberg melted and left behind a depression. This waterlogged depression developed into a bog, which is one of the smallest bogs in the area, but among the thickest. Peat thickness in Kuivakaivo is 6.7 meters, which is nearly two meters more than in Kauhaneva.
Image: Tupu Vuorinen. Legend: Turve = Peat, Muta = Mud, Hiekka ja Sora = Sand and Gravel
Nearby attractions: The Kauhalammi pond, Kauhalammi trail, The pier of Kauhalammi, Kauhaneva from above, Kauhaneva mire promotional video, Development of Kauhaneva, The observation tower of Kauhaneva, The medieval road of Kyrönkangas, The boulders of Lapinharju, Maantielakso seasonal wetland, The southern end of Nummikangas
Coordinates (WGS84): 62.24020, 22.44397
Keywords: Geokohde, Suo, Virtuaaliopaste, Kuvapari