Viru Bog is one of the most accessible bogs in Estonia. Its trail passes through the forest and marsh landscapes typical of Lahemaa National Park and is 3.5 km long.
The study trail provides information about the the flora in the bog, the former sand dunes, the ridges and the heath woodland. A boardwalk winds its way through the bog, at the centre of which is a viewing tower.
The trail is marked and signposted.
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*The boardwalk leading up to the viewing tower can also be accessed by wheelchair users and the entrance to the viewing platform is also designed with special needs in mind
This is a very interesting area in Lahemaa national park. You will probably need a guide and bog shoes to appreciate the whole of the walk. We went with a great guide who was very knowledgeable about...
I really really like it, so relaxed and so beautiful. Go and get in touch with the nature and have a swim in the bog also!
This trail, east of Tallinn and on the edge of the Lahemaa National Park, is half of a circular walk through forest and across a bog. The word 'bog' doesn't really do it justice, as it much more...