Source: Agur Paesüld
When there is no snow and the ice is too rough for skating, the best way to move about in the winter must be by a kick sledge. You can attach skis to your kick sledge, making it a real winner in moody weather!
We are going to glide across ice fields, admire the panorama of Haapsalu from a distance, and have a meal by Truumani or Kalevipoja (a.k.a. the Real Estonian Man) rocks on Võnnu Peninsula.
Size of the group: 6–15 people.
Trip lasts about 2.5–3.5 hours, depending on the weather and ice conditions.
The length of the trip is about 15 km.
You can also agree on a different route.