Nature study trail in Pääsküla bog

The 4-kilometre trail runs along soil and boardwalks through different forest types, over canals and springs. A 10-metre observation tower is located on the side of the pine forest, where it is also possible to take a rest. The trail is passable in every season without getting one’s feet wet.
The 2-kilometre long trail for children and disabled people runs mainly on coated roads and is passable in full (along with platforms) with a pram and a wheelchair. Information stands introducing the nature in the bog have been mounted on both parts of the trail.
Do not put up a tent or make a fire here. Take your garbage with you. If you want to pick berries and mushrooms, do so away from the bridges and trails, so that the next person on the trail could also see what the bog has to offer.

The 4-kilometre trail runs along soil and boardwalks through different forest types, over canals and springs. A 10-metre observation tower is located on the side of the pine forest, where it is also possible to take a rest. The trail is passable in e

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  • Hiking in City

    Road signs could have been better, had to look at my GPS to check the road several times, but otherwise a nice area mostly forest, next time i want to visit in autumn

  • Nice gentle hike.

    I hiked both Red & Green loops today. It is a pleasant, but uneventful hike thru Estonia re-growth forest. Perhaps more interesting when lots of water & perhaps more wildlife. Directions: Take Bus 5...

  • Beautiful, but few boards are broken.

    5 km walk, with a watch tower, that is currently being fixed. Few boards were broken, but you could still get over them, and i would recommend boots that are waterproof and/or boots that you're not...


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