Türi (0 km) – Käru (18 km) – Lelle (27 km) – Kehtna (38 km) – Raikküla (48 km) – Rapla (57 km) – Kohila (77 km) – Hageri (83 km) – Kiisa (94 km) – Saku (100 km) – the border of Nõmme district (109 km) – Tallinn city centre (119 km)
This route connects Tallinn and Türi – a small but lovely town rich in greenery, also known as Estonia's spring capital. Most of the path from Türi to Rapla goes through forest, with a few settlements along the way. While traveling this section, you can also explore the Raplamaa routes 166 or 161.
Before arriving in Kohila, be sure to visit the historic Loone stronghold, followed by Kohila itself, home to the Hageri church, cemetery and prayer house, as well as the renowned former Kohila paper mill. Starting with Hageri, you will pass numerous villages and settlements, the most notable of which is the thriving town of Saku. Along the Männiku quarries you will eventually make your way to Tallinn, where you'll be able to admire the timeless buildings and small streets of the Nõmme district.
There is relatively high traffic density on the route from Türi to Rapla and from there to Kohila (77 km), but from Kohila to the border of Tallinn (32 km) the route is mostly lined with cycling paths.
Route 13 is a good link between routes 1, 2 and 12. A railway line runs along the entire route, so you can easily catch a train to start your trip or return home. The train stops near the route are Türi, Käru, Lelle, Rapla, Hagudi, Kohila, Kiisa, Saku, Tallinn.