Kaisma – Kergu – Tootsi – Tootsi railway station – Muraka – Tori
The area is both filled with nature and culturally significant. Here you will find many historical sights and have the opportunity to visit the mono-functional dead-end borough Tootsi, which was created in connection with the construction of a briquette factory.
The purpose of the trail is to connect routes 2 and 371, but it is also exciting to see the day-to-day life of the Tootsi borough which was created for peat production. For some time on this route, you will be riding along roads built only for briquette industry use. These are roads most people will never come across.
Begin your trip from Kaisma. Kaisma lake and the 6 km long hiking trail and observation tower is a great place for lovers of fishing as well as for those who enjoy untouched nature to relax. As far as Viluvere, you can ride on asphalt, but then you will turn to the industrial landscapes around Tootsi. Starting from the town of Tootsi, you can enjoy the asphalt again: for a section you will ride on the main Pärnu-Türi-Rakvere highway and then, for the last kilometres of the route, you will head onto a winding road along the banks of the Pärnu River. The route ends in Tori, where you can turn onto route 2 or 5 if you wish.
The centre of Tori is home to the oldest horse breeding farm in Estonia, a museum showing the history and culture of Tori and the Estonian Soldiers' Memorial Church. On the river bank you can also find a mysterious cave entrance known as Tori Hell.
This trail is quite short, a third of the route is on gravel roads. You could start from either Kaisma or Tori. The route does run parallel to a railway for quite some time, but there is no train traffic in this area anymore.