I need to go back to this topic, because I just went for a walk around the Kauhala outdoor area and now I'm a little confused. I used to go there some years ago to practice aid climbing, but just to the one place which I believe is nearest to the small parking lot (that is, you just start walking the clear path from the parking lot and soon you come to where you can descend to your left and end up down by the stream, between the two rock faces, the HUGE flake with a bolted route being on your left if you face the cliff). Now this time I stayed on the path somewhat further and finally the path divided, the other part coming down back towards the little stream. The path turns back towards the abovementioned cliff and finally ends up back there, but there's a lot more rock in between, even some quite impressive looking faces.
Now my question is: are these some of the areas you are talking about and what's the history behind these cliffs? I took a closer look to a couple of particular lines (very nice, naturally protectable) and at least one appeared to have been cleaned some time ago but had already gathered new moss since. It was already a little dark so I couldn't examine the area further, but I'm definitely planning to visit the place again soon.
If you follow this link, you'll get an idea of which area I'm talking about: http://kansalaisen.karttapaikka.fi/kart ... &map.y=164
On the map, Kakarsberget is basically the area which I already knew and the other cliffs I saw today are north or north-east of that.
Let me know if anybody knows about these cliffs. I believe there is some nice potential for new routes or old ones to be cleaned again.