PORKUNI METSKOND 91, Nõmme küla, Väike-Maarja vald, Lääne-Viru maakond
Äntu Punamägi (Äntu Red Hill) is a protected esker on the Äntu-Nõmme nature trail.
Agelinde, the 240-metre-long three-part stronghold in southern Viru County, built by ancient Estonians at the beginning of the first millennium, was located on the southern edge of the esker. The three castles – front, middle, and main castle – were separated by ditches and surrounded by mounds. Today, a protected esker is all that remains of the stronghold.
There is a camping site with a campfire site on Äntu Punamägi.
Walk along the hiking trial off the Tartu highway after the Nõmme River bridge. You can park your car in the parking lot of Valgejärv Lake. One bus stops at the 'Nõmme' bus stop once a day. You can also take a train to Kiltsi and cycle to the lakes from the train station.