Järvakandi – Lokuta – Eidapere
You can start the hike from either Järvakandi or Eidapere. The small town of Järvakandi, located amid swamps and forests, is famous for its glass industry, but there is also a small wooden church and a clubhouse. Lokuta is the centre of a former collective farm – a memory of times past, while the borough of Eidapere developed out of a former knight's manor. There is a magnificent park with many little ponds.
Eidapere railway station is beautiful and in good condition. In the 19th century, Estonia's largest glass factory was built in Eidapere. Alongside the factory, a railway branch was also built. By now, only a few outbuildings have survived.
From Eidapere, the trail leads to Mukri bog, where you can walk along the boardwalk to the bog-ponds and lakes. Along the former railway dam, head to Järvakandi. On the way there, you can cool off in the Aleti reservoir. When approaching Järvakandi, you will see large piles of glass, which are the raw materials for the nearby glass packaging factory.