You can feel free in the wild open space of Central Estonia. A bog hike is a must for taking in winter scenery — try going on a snowshoe hike in Linnuraba, wander around Kodru Bog, or follow the wooden walkway at Kakerdaja Bog. walk through Väätsa Nature Reserve, listen to the flowing water of Norra Springs or admire the snow-covered surroundings of Prandi Springs. No matter the weather, you can enjoy the stunning beauty that Estonian nature has to offer.
It's particularly exciting to track the footsteps of wild animals who don't show themselves easily. Did you know that wild boar build a nest for their piglets so that they'll stay in one place? You'll learn things like this and other practical insights that you can't find in a textbook from an experienced guide on the Jäägri Villa nature walk. You can also tell stories around the bonfire, and your day in the forest will pass by quickly. If you don't have a whole day, you can book your wildlife-watching safari to admire the deer at Toosikannu Wildlife Park.
Have fun in the snow!
There's no fun like snow fun... as you'll find out on the snowmobile trail at Toosikannu Holiday Centre.
If you enjoy traditional skiing, set your sights on the highest peak of Central Estonia. In addition to the legendary cross-country skiing tracks, Valgehobusemäe Ski and Recreation Centre also offers a mountain ski slope equipped with a snow cannon, a snowboarding park, and fun snow tubing activities.
You can also find illuminated ski tracks and a sledding hill for children at Kuningamäe near Põltsamaa. There is also a mountain ski slope where you can put both your skiing and snowboarding skills to the test. If you want to follow in the footsteps of Estonian skating champions, head to Adavere Ice Skating Rink where Saskia Alusalu and Marten Liiv both started their journey to the Olympics.