Hiking Through Estonia

Estonia's longest hiking trail, the Peraküla-Ähijärve trail is 820km long and a section of it passes thru Harjumaa, too. You can hike the trail in sections or if you are up to it - hike it thru all at once! For most thru-hikers it takes about 3-4 weeks to complete the whole trail but you can take as much time you want and enjoy everything Estonian has to offer. And the best part - hiking the trail is completely free! But be prepared - the trail isn't a 100% wilderness trail. It also has some road-walking, too, but this is a perfect opportunity to see many small villages and local life that normally tourists don't see. Take a look how an Estonian girl hiked thru the trail in sections withing two years here.

If you want to tackle the Estonian hiking trails then take look at these two videos she has made to help you plan your nature trip in Estonia.

Hiking Through Estonia  

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