RMK Kilingi-Nõmme hiking trail

The 3 km forest trail starts from the Kilingi-Nõmme forest hut of the State Forest Management Centre (RMK). You will find a map of the trail on the wall at the start of the trail. Wooden paths help you cross the wetter parts of the trail, wooden steps protect the delicate surface of hills, and a wooden bridge leads across the stream where beavers have been building dams.
The study trail consists of 12 lookout areas and was created by the naturalist Hendrik Relve. There is a nature class at the start of the trail. Hikers can rest on the benches that have been arranged in a circle, have a bite to eat and schools can use the area for lessons about nature.
After the hike, you can prepare food and camp at the nearby Kilingi-Nõmme campfire site.



The 3 km forest trail starts from the Kilingi-Nõmme forest hut of the State Forest Management Centre (RMK). You will find a map of the trail on the wall at the start of the trail. Wooden paths help you cross the wetter parts of the trail, wooden s

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  • Long hike but beatiful

    Really beautiful forest hike. There's even a small cabin and BBQ place (and a pond). But it was such a long hike thru the real forest. Like there were nothing else There to see just the forest itself...


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