Nohipalu Black Lake

Nohipalu Black Lake is located 0,5 km to the south of the White Lake and is larger and a complete opposite to its neighbour. The banks of this forest lake are low, boggy and, especially in the south, difficult to move along. Its waters are acidic, reddish-brown, extremely opaque (transparency is only 0,4 m), and rich in organic elements. Hikers can rest on the banks near a fire or make a picnic in a specially equipped roofed place.

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  • DaffyDW DaffyDW
    Great Place

    So called because the water appears to be black but it is actually clear. Was told that there is peat at the bottom and this gives the black appearance. As with so many lakes in Estonia, there are...

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