Kapatuosia hillfort is located to the north of Hollola Church. The medieval church and the hillfort form a unique setting with regard to landscape and historical aspects. The hill of Kapatuosia and its surroundings were already inhabited in the Stone Age, around 8,000 years ago. The hillfort is an isolated ridge formation with very sharp features, which was created by glacial streams and shaped by the action of water on its shores in the last stages of the Ice Age.
Walking routes on Kapatuosia hill are marked with signs. Please proceed only on foot and keep to the posted routes, as the soil on the slopes of the hillfort can easily slide. An information sign and a viewing tower are situated on the top of the hill.