A section of about 500 metres of the Hossa Nature Trail is surfaced with stone dust and equipped with duckboards, and it is suitable for wheelchairs and strollers. Along the trail, you will find jetties, a shelter with a campfire site, as well as the Huosilampi lean-to shelter, which is suitable for large groups. The lean-to shelter boasts a campfire site, a fireplace, an eating area and a dry toilet for the disabled. The nature trail starts from the visitor centre.
One of the most beautiful places in Hossa is the Muikkupuro stream, which can by reach along the 1.5-km-long Muikkupuron mutka Trail. The trail starts from the Hossalaislampi parking area and takes you to the Muikkupuro lean-to shelter. There are accessible dry toilets by the parking area as well as by the lean-to shelter.
There is a 200-m-long accessible trail from the Lihapyörre parking area to the Lihapyörre lean-to shelter. Those using a wheelchair can fish from the large jetty in front of the lean-to shelter. There are dry toilets for the disabled by the parking area and by the lean-to shelter. The Lihapyörre lean-to shelter is located along the trail running to the Värikallio Cliffs, but otherwise, the trail to Värikallio is not accessible to all.