The Meiekose hiking trail winds along the banks of the Raudna and Tõramaa Rivers before reaching the meadows at the mouth of the Tõramaa River, which forms part of the heritage landscape of Soomaa National Park. At the Tõramaa end of the trail at the mouth of the Tõramaa River is an ancient village where you can see the huts, saunas and other aspects of the daily lives of Stone Age people. The 2.8-kilometre trail also boasts other sights: a wide variety of plants, some beautiful oxbows, gnarled oak trees and old farms. There are a number of rest points along the trail where you can make fires and camp. The Meiekose hiking trail ends approximately 2 km from its starting point on the Riisa-Tõramaa road.