Käsmu nature and cultural history trail

The Käsmu nature and cultural history trail looks at the development of the Käsmu peninsula and Estonia’s biggest natural accumulation of rocks. Beginning in the car park next to the chapel, the trail is well marked with signs and is 4.2 km long; trees along the trail have white stripes painted on their trunks for guidance.

Käsmu itself is one of Estonia's most beautiful seaside villages, and the local museum provides an excellent overview of its maritime history.

The Käsmu nature and cultural history trail looks at the development of the Käsmu peninsula and Estonia’s biggest natural accumulation of rocks. Beginning in the car park next to the chapel, the trail is well marked with signs and is 4.2 km long; tre

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  • Trail through woods and a grand field of boulders covered in moss and lichen!

    The trail starts at the furthest Northern point of the small village Kasmu - exactly where the main street ends. There is a small parking lot at the beginning of the trail and the hike itslef goes in...

  • Best for those who do not have a chance to enjoy seaside on everyday basis

    Kasmu is very easy to reach - just type in the name and drive till the road ends. Should there be no parking spots left, you can park a hundred or so meters back or by the church - it doesn't really...

  • A lovely walk

    This trail is relatively short, about 5 km. The first part is on the shore, the second part in the forest. Well signed (green marks on trees). Information posts with English explanation.


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