Emumägi Hill is the highest point in the Pandivere uplands and the roof of Northern Estonia. At its peak is a viewing tower over the surrounding traditional cultural landscape, where in the distance you will see the Endla bogs and the Alutaguse forests.
In addition to the viewing tower you will find here an avenue of wooden sculptures, traditional buildings, an old cemetery and picnic and camping areas.
Did you know...? Emumägi Hill stands 166.5 metres above sea level and measures 80 metres from foot to peak. According to legend it was created by the horse of Kalevipoeg, the hero of the national epic, when it kicked up mud.