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Active tour
Active tour Individual Estonia, Latvia

Walking Nature Trails in Latvia and Estonia

Haapsalu - Paldiski - Tallinn

Sightseeing and walking trails:

  • (Possibility to do – a walk along the beach area from Dirhami to Põõsaspea Horn. The horn is located at the westernmost point of the Estonian continental part and stretches far into the sea as a narrow pile of stones. Approx. 7 km back and forth)
  • Walking at the Paldiski peninsula – a part of the longer hiking trail from Uuga limestone coast to Pakri Reserve along the steep Baltic sea banks (3 km back and forth) where there are many sites to see, e.g. Pakri Old Lighthouse, Pakri Lighthouse and Pakri Precipice.
  • Keila waterfall – the third largest waterfall in Estonia (6 m high and 60–70 m wide).
  • Keila-Joa Park and Nature Trail 3 km is circular walking trail with several stairs and suspended bridges that wind along the Keila river banks and a romantic park (1-2 hours).


Difficulty level: medium

Road surface: medium

Distances: 16 km hiking, 130 km by car (when visiting Dirhami extra 45 km by car)

Dangerous places: You must not approach the upper part and the base of Pakri and other cliffs because rockfalls occur regularly as a result of the waves washing away the cliffs.

Good to know! Suitable (closed, water resistant) footwear is necessary, walking poles are advisable for support.

Accommodation in Tallinn or at other places at Harju county.

Distance driving 130 km, walking 16 km