River Jägala begins in the village of Ahula that stands on the western edge Pandivere uplands; then, it runs through Northern Estonia and flows into Ihasalu Bay of the Gulf of Finland. The upper course of the 97-kilometre river flows through the bogs of Kõrvemaa.
There is a suspension bridge with a wonderful view in the mouth of the river, and 4.3 km from there, you will find the Jägala waterfall. The middle and lower course of the Jägala River have several dams; the highest of these is the dam of the Linnamäe hydroelectric power plant (height: 11 m), located about 1.3 km from the mouth of the river.
This is a beautiful place to capture wonderful moments!