Seljaku, Kõveri küla, Saarde vald, Pärnu maakond
A marked hiking trail equipped with information stands, which starts at Kõveri Holiday Centre, includes old-time lime burning places and the start of the canal Timmkanal.
The trail runs along the beautiful shores of River Ura, which is lined with ferns and rare floodplain forests, and passes through the location of the former Kõveri large farm, which is marked by the ruins of the cellar and ancient trees.
Once you reach the Pärapõrgu resting place, you will have had completed more than half of the distance. There, hikers can make a bonfire and enjoy a meal.
When coming from Pärnu, turn right on the 23rd kilometre of Valga-Uulu highway (6 km after Surju settlement) at "Kõveri tee" bus stop and drive straight for 4.5 km on the gravel-covered forest road towards Kõveri village. When coming from Kilingi-Nõmme, drive through the villages of Tõitoja and Ristiküla, follow the signposts and turn left into the forest. You should see the information stand indicating the start of the hiking trail and a car park. 500 m from there, you will see the buildings of the holiday centre and a car park meant for our guests.