The English version of the websitedefinitely helps to provide a better introduction to Estonian forests, facilitates the choices of foreigners, and advances rural tourism in different places in Estonia.
The newly completed English language web environment includes all of Estonia’s study, hiking, cycling, and off-road trails, camping areas, campfire sites, huts, forest and nature houses, nature centres, and information desks by region. The website contains exhaustive information on all of them and this could be used in order to plan walks in nature. On the website, it is also possible to book RMK forest houses all over Estonia. 
RMK establishes opportunities for nature walking and forest holidays in recreation areas, in Estonia’s five national parks, and almost 40 other protected areas, and shapes nature awareness. Across Estonia, there are 2,000 kilometres of hiking trails, 309 sheltered campfire sites, 50 camping sites, 22 forest huts, 18 forest houses, 3 off-road trails, and 21 information desks.
RMK is a profit-making state agency established under the Forestry Act, aimed at sustainable and efficient management of the state forest. RMK grows reforestation material, organises forest works, executes practical nature protection works and is engaged in forest and timber sales. RMK manages 38% of Estonia’s forests.
Find out more: www.loodusegakoos.ee
Source: State Forest Management Centre