Pargi tänav 2, Elva linn, Elva vald, Tartu maakond
The hiking trail, which is three kilometres long and one of the most popular trails in the area, begins near the Elva Railway Station. This track is special for its wood sculptures inspired by the folklore of Estonia and designed by local artists. According to a legend, the natural environment of the trail is special thanks to the positive effect it has on human health. The trail is linear in shape and mostly passable all year round.
The trail is suitable for people of all ages, but especially for children. There are resting places and attractions for children along the trail. It may be difficult to complete the trail with a heavy stroller.
The Nature Energy Trail begins in the immediate vicinity of the Elva Hiking Centre: begin walking from the centre by crossing the railway and after the last pair of rails, take a sharp right turn (do not continue along the alley) and there, you will see the first wooden sculpture – Ilmapuu (The World Tree).