Norra manor hiking trail (1.2 km)

Järva County, Norra manor park
Due to a hard-working beaver the water level on the trail has risen and rubber boots are necessary.
Type of objectHiking trail
Parking facilitiesParking in road lay-by, near the large information board next to Norra spring lake (for 2 cars)
AmenitiesLarge information board, 5 bridges, sign, small information board
Hiking options yes
Sights Norra manor park with key habitat, Norra spring lake, Norra stream, an overgrowing highly unique system of canals.
Winter accessibilityAccess road is kept clear of snow; no snow removal on the hiking trail
Additional informationThe trail starts and ends at the information board at Norra spring lake. It takes about 30 minutes to walk the trail. The trail can be passed only on foot. Dogs must be kept on leash. We ask you to stay on the pathway as the surface here is vulnerable to trampling. During wet seasons, the trail may be impassable. Please do not litter!
RestrictionsCamping and making campfire is not allowed (there are no designated areas), except for on private properties with the consent of the landowner. For planning public events with more than 50 participants or driving off-road vehicles you need to apply for permission from the protected area manager (Environmental Board of Estonia).

LocationKoeru municipality, Järva County.
Driving directionsDrive on Tallinn–Tartu road, turn towards Koeru at the Mäeküla junction (sign 34 km to Koeru). Directly before Koeru, the road turns to the right (sign 7 km to Norra-Oostriku springs). Drive 3 km and turn left (sign 4 km to Endla Nature Reserve). Drive about a kilometre on Norra-Jõeküla road and arrive at the information board passing the spring lake in Norra manor park, which marks the start of the hiking trail.
Geographic coordinatesLong-Lat WGS 84
latitude: 58.902088
longitude: 26.040922
L-EST 97 x: 617610 y: 6530998