820 km long nature trail opened

19. June 2015

Estonian Forest Management Center (RMK) has opened a new section of Estonia’s longest nature trail, which means that one can walk 820 kilometers across the western part to southern Estonia.

The trail passes landmarks like the singing sands of Nõva and Keibu, Rummu quarry with its turquoise waters, the ruins of medieval Padise monastery, and the Blue Springs of Saula, among many others, ERR News reported.

RMK also plans to mark a third trail from north-eastern Estonia to the west coast. If all goes according to plan, it will be ready for use by 2018, when Estonia celebrates its 100th anniversary.

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