Tips for hikers
Visitors can choose how they want to walk the trail based on their abilities and preferences. There is something for every fitness level with 50 different sections, each with its own difficulty level. That means everyone can choose to tackle the trail in the way that suits them the best.
The Estonian forests are also full of good resting places, with more than 100 along the way. These have different amenities available, including fire pits, grills, and camping areas. Dry toilets and garbage cans are also available in some rest areas.
There is also accommodation along the way. However, you should plan your intended overnight stays well in advance. You should also look up places to eat in advance, as many in the area are seasonal. The forest hiking trail is also well connected to local public transport (intercity buses), so you don't necessarily need a car to get to your destination.
Start planning your long-distance hiking adventure!
The Baltic Hiking Trail is an ideal bucket list destination for nature lovers and hiking enthusiasts. Whether you're an ambitious long-distance hiker, trail runner, or someone looking for a calming nature experience, you'll find it on the Baltic Trails.
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