There are rock paintings dating back 7 000 years at the start of the Verlankoski rapids. The paintings were made with red ochre onto the smooth surface of the vertical cliff and they have survived to the present time relatively well. The collection of paintings is spread across over a six meters wide and one and a half meters high area, and there are clear shapes of eight elks, three people and an angular figure.
You can see the rock paintings from a platform on the other side of the stream, near the museum’s parking places. You might want to take binoculars with you for a better view.