Kick sledge trip on the bays of Haapsalu and Tahu
When there is no snow and the ice is too rough for skating, the best way to move about in the winter must be by a kick sledge. You can attach skis to your kick sledge, making it a real winner in moody weather!
We are going to glide across ice fields, admire the panorama of Haapsalu from a distance, and have a meal by Truumani or Kalevipoja (a.k.a. the Real Estonian Man) rocks on Võnnu Peninsula.
Size of the group: 6–15 people.
Trip lasts about 2.5–3.5 hours, depending on the weather and ice conditions.
The length of the trip is about 7-12 km.
You can also agree on a different route.