Käsmu nature and culture historical trail (4.2 km)

Lääne-Viru County, Lahemaa National Park
NB! Conditions in nature are often difficult in winter. Depending on the weather, both the maintenance of visiting objects and the supply of firewood can be disrupted, access can be difficult.
The trail introduces the history of the smallest peninsula in Lahemaa National Park, the largest boulder field in Estonia and the rich cultural heritage of the Käsmu village.
Phone +372 676 7010
+372 329 5555
E-mail info.oandu@rmk.ee
info.lahemaa@rmk.ee
Type of objectStudy trail
Parking facilitiesParking areas next to the chapel and at the edge of the village
AmenitiesLarge information board, small information boards, waste bin, DC
Camping facilities There is no free campsite in Käsmu! The nearest is Võsu campsite.
Hiking options Käsmu hiking trail (15 km),  Käsmu cycling trail (11,6 km)
SightsThe trail introduces the nature of the Käsmu peninsula, including the largest stone field in Estonia, the history and cultural heritage of the peninsula.
Additional information Before going to nature, please read the Environmental code of conduct (freedom to roam).
During the charged event in Käsmu access with the ticket only.
Restrictions The trail is situated in Lahemaa National Park, view the restrictions on visiting here. Additional information from the Environmental Board: +372 662 5999, info@keskkonnaamet.ee.
LocationKäsmu, Haljala Municipality, Lääne-Viru County
Object no. 11 on the national park map
Driving directionsDrive 50 km on Tallinn–Narva road, turn left to Liiapeksi–Loksa road, drive 11 km and turn right onto Võsu–Kotka road, drive 12 km and turn left onto Haljala–Käsmu road, drive 4 km and turn left onto Neeme road, drive 30 m to the Käsmu cemetery and chapel, where the trail starts. 
Geographic coordinatesLong-Lat WGS 84
latitude: 59.6025
longitude: 25.916944
L-EST 97 x: 6608780 y: 608238.5