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Spent a couple hours one rainy day on the Viru bog trail. Everything is extremely well marked in the woods leading to the bog, and the bog path itself is well maintained and fun to walk on the boards. Beautiful views from the top of...More
The experience of visiting the lovely little village of Altja and proceeding to a hiking experience along the Beaver Trail. We learnt some interesting facts about the beaver's mysterious life and hidden whereabouts while enjoying pure nature and fresh air.
Lovely park - very Scandinavian in appearance with pine forests and a nice coastline. Great place for cycling as it's really flat and (in May at least) the roads are pretty quiet. We based ourselves in Vosu and cycled most places. Outside of the holiday...More
Viru Bog will give you a good impression of the bogs. Its trail is 3.5 km long and provides information about the flora and fauna in the bog, the former sand dunes, the ridges and the heath woodland. A boardwalk winds its way through the...More
It's an excellent tour. Seeing the bog in the park is an eye-opening experience. A village named Kamus in the park is also worth visiting. A local old man has turned his collections into a museum which houses many ancient ship or Vikings related objects....More
There are lots of hiking trails for many different kinds of nature lovers: the kasmu Boulder traik, which is fantastic and seems a glimpse into magical gnome territory; the Oandu old-growth forest trail, absolutely gorgeous, varied, Green, full of deliciously edible blueberrys and fantastically explained...More
Lahemaa park is forest park in North Estonia. Long hiking (and also cycle) trails with perfect marking and perfect equipped campsites. This is the conservation area for woodland, wetland and coastal ecosystems, but also semi-natural communities (alvars), geological monuments (the Baltic Klint) and historical and...More