Hikes and trips

Observing animals in Kõrvemaa with an experienced guide
Want to see a beaver, moose, bear, lynx, or a wolf? This is not easy to do. Although we, Estonians, live in the middle of ancient forests where there are more animals than people, the animals are shy and can mostly be seen in the evenings and early mornings. Still, our team has over 10 years of...
Snowshoe hiking in Kõrvemaa
Snowshoes represent the perfect way to go hiking through bogs and forests and enjoy the tranquility and beauty of the snowy forests and wintry marshlands. There are a lot of wild animals in Estonia, and snowshoe hikes give you the chance to follow their tracks. Kõrvemaa is a large nature reserve...
Kayak hike to and camping on Parki Islands
The two-day hike to Suur- and Väike-Pakri Island is an adventure where you can jump into the water after going to the tent sauna, eat with the locals, and take a ride on a tractor. The hike is also suitable for beginners. Pakri Islands are famous for the shipwrecks and military equipment which...
Hiking along the tracks of beavers
The Rekka Stream in North Kõrvemaa is a favourite place for a beaver family who has constructed their haven here. In the course of the hike, the hikers can listen to the tour guide who introduces the life of beavers; you might also get a chance to see these fantastic animals with your own eyes....
Skiing in Kõrvemaa
Sportland Kõrvemaa Hike and Ski Resort welcomes you to a skiing holiday!  Be it during day or night! We offer: • skiing equipment rental for adults and children • maintenance for skis • skiing classes • well-maintained ski tracks in various lengths and degrees of difficulty, including a lit short...
Tabasalu nature study trail
This 3.5 km trail is in Rannamõisa nature conservation area (Tabasalu Nature Park). It winds its way along the clifftop before following stone stairs down to the base of the cliff, where you then circle your way back to the starting point. There are 13 large information boards along the trail about...
Hiking with lanterns in Kolga Manor park
The best time for hiking with oil lamps is from September to May, and the best time to start the hike is at sunset. First, we will walk around the Kolga Manor and its park. Then, we will have a cup of tea and a snack, and the hike will end with a tour on the upper floors of the castle. The price...
Snowshoeing in the Kõnnu Swamp
Kõnnu Swamp has a special atmosphere. A lake that rests between eskers in a giant basin has paludified over the course of thousands of years. The surface of this light-filled swamp is densely covered with bog-pools. The beautiful panoramic view to the otherworldly landscape that is ornate with...
Cycling trip along eskers and swimming in 9 bog lakes in Kõrvemaa
Challenge yourself and the nature: can you cross all eskers and swim in all nine bog lakes? North Kõrvemaa is an area covered with "mountains", swamps and lakes, also known as Estonia's Swizerland. "Mountains" are actually steep eskers, characteristic of this region, as are sandstone outcrops,...
Jussi nature trail
This trail is 8 km long and circular in shape, marked out in yellow on its trees. It winds its way up and down over the moraines next to the Jussi lakes and will take you to Jussi Moor, which boasts a natural community unique in Estonia - one which was created due to repeated fires started in...
Fatbike tour to Türisalu cliff
A fatbike is a further development of an off-road bicycle and its most distinctive elements are the oversized tires. Türisalu cliff is a limestone plateau of about 30 m in height, which offers a wonderful view of the sea and Vääna beach. Fatbikes are perfect for travelling along the border of the...
Hiking in Viru bog
Visiting a bog is fun in every season – bogs are incredibly diverse and colourful (except for in winter if there is a lot of snow). In order to understand bogs better, visit them with a guide. The hike is 3 or 6 km long and can be completed on a boardwalk. During the hike, we will admire the...
Snowshoe hike in Männiku bog
A snowshoe hike in a bog on the border of Tallinn, where we will: - hike with a guide on an arctic tundra landscape - move from a forest bog with wide pines to a treeless bog - look at bog pools, cross streams, and rest on the bog islands - discover where goats sleep and look into the underground...
Hiking to Rummu spoil tip and Lake Rummu
Mysterious Rummu hills! A spoil tip (a hill consisting of the waste from limestone processing), the territory of the former Murru Prison, a picturesque quarry lake, and an awesome guide – the hike in the fresh air is enjoyable and engaging! Participants will meet at Kallaste Tourist Farm. From...
Metsanurme-Üksnurme history and nature study trail
The 9-kilometre long nature and hiking trail marked with signs and information boards begins and ends at the Metsanurme Village Museum. There are maps of the trail in the mailbox attached to the information stand of the hiking trail building. The studies and findings of historians record the rich...
"Secrets of Padise Monastery" hike
A hike in a blueberry forest! We start our little journey from Kallaste Farm, which used to be a municipality school for Kloostri-Aruküla. The magical pine forest hides bunkers covered in grass, as well as a site of an old stronghold that slumbers undetected. From there, we continue towards the...
Bogshoeing in Lahemaa National Park
The best way to get around in Estonia’s bogs is bogshoeing. Bogshoes are like snowshoes – except you wear them in bogs when there is no snow. The soft and squidgy surface, amazing landscape, bog pools, fascinating plant life, and the legends of the bogs make bogshoeing an unforgettable experience....
Bog hike to Pedaslauka Lake
A beautiful hiking trip to the Pedaslauka Lake, located in the Koitjärve bog. Unique for its limestone covered bottom, the real jewels of this hike are the islands dotting the lake that provide a wonderful view of the surrounding area. Including a short break at the ancient hideout on...
Snowshoe hike in Viru bog
Viru bog is probably the most accessible bog during all seasons. It is a mixture of incredibly diverse landscapes, bog pools, strips, and hollows. The observation tower in the middle of the bog is perfect for enjoying the magnificent view. During the journey, we will cross the bog islands and take...
Nature trail in Keila-Joa Park
The 3 km long round nature trail in Keila-Joa Park runs along the banks of River Keila and through the Keila-Joa Park, where there are a number of stairs and suspension bridges. There is an information board with a map and general information at the beginning of the trail, and 8 information points...
Lake Valgejärv hiking trail
Lake Valgejärv hiking trail showcases the natural sights and nature conservation area around the lake of the same name in the western part of Nissi municipality in Harju County. Information stands and boards show how the lake formed and what shape it has assumed and point out the different types of...
1 hour RIB safari and Captain's house/ship-sauna in Rohuneeme Harbour
Take 12 friends or relatives with you and come for a 1 hour extreme sea safari on the Bay of Tallinn and then relax in the thematic Captain's house by the sea. You have the opportunity to enjoy 2 hours in the sauna, watching the ships sailing on the Bay of Tallinn. The Captain's house and sauna...
Come on a family hike in Kõrvemaa
Sportland Kõrvemaa Hike and Ski Resort invites you and your family to enjoy Kõrvemaa nature! You can either hike or have a bicycle trip. We: • prepare a route with sights specified by you • give you the route map to take along • rent mountain bikes for up to 2 adults and 2 children for a day You...
Viru bog study trail
Viru bog, one of the most accessible bogs in Estonia, passes through the forest and bog landscapes characteristic of Lahemaa National Park. The trail is 3.5 km and the lap is 6 km long. The study trail introduces the bog's flora, former sand dunes, eskers, and heath forest. There is a boardwalk...