Paluküla forest hill

The Paluküla forest hill stands 106 metres above sea level. It was formed during the last ice age as the continental ice sheet retreated. Nearby you will find the Loosalu bog which, along with Keava, Imsi and other bogs, formed in place of an ice age lake.
Did you know…? *Paluküla forest hill is the highest point in north-western Estonia *It is an ideal place to camp and have picnics *In winter you can entertain yourself by sledding and snowboarding here *The hill boasts a number of ski tracks

Features and amenities

Location

Paluküla küla, Kehtna vald, Rapla maakond

Getting there

We recommend driving along the Rapla-Viljandi highway in the direction of Türi. When you reach Kehtna municipality you will see a sign saying ‘Paluküla 5 km’.

Access

  • By excursion bus
  • By public transport
  • Signposted
  • By car
  • Sealed access road

Coordinates

58°54'49''N 25°1'42''E | Download GPX file