Nature study trail in Pääsküla bog

The 4 km long trail runs along soil and boardwalk through different forest types, over canals and springs. There is a 10 m high observation tower 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 km 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 nature in the bog have been mounted on both parts of the trail.

The 4 km long trail runs along soil and boardwalk through different forest types, over canals and springs. There is a 10 m high observation tower located on the side of the pine forest, where it is also possible to take a rest. The trail is passable

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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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