• The rally kicks off on Thursday night with an extended version of the exciting mixed-surface Harju street stage in front of big crowds in central Jyväskylä.
  • Then it’s into the forests north-east of the city for a double run of well-known tests at Laukaa and Lankamaa, the longest stage of the event at 21.69km. The loops are split by service and the second ends with a shorter version of the previous evening’s Harju. A mid-afternoon service leads into two passes of Ässämäki and Sahloinen-Moksi. The nine stages total 124.91km.
  • Saturday’s marathon leg features 150.30km of relentless action, almost half the rally’s competitive distance, clustered around famous rollercoaster roads near Jämsä. Päijälä, and Rapsula, which borrows tracks from the legendary Ouninpohja stage, are followed by Patajoki and the brand-new Vekkula. The quartet are driven a second time after service.
  • Two runs through Oittila and the big jumps of Ruuhimäki, the second pass of which forms the points-paying Wolf Power Stage, close the event on Sunday with a further 43.92km of competition. The 22 stages offer 322.61km in a total route of 1427.47km.


Iconic Stage

  • Sunday’s live TV Wolf Power Stage in Ruuhimäki. Driven unchanged from 2021, the roads are fast and wide, with the famous roller-coaster jumps near the end leading into a stadium section and a monster leap across the finish.