Kabli nature study trail (1.8 km)

Pärnu County, Pärnumaa Recreation Area
The 1.8 km trail features versatile terrains and diverse habitats, including key habitats. There are points of interest with information boards introducing the attractions along the trail. The trail is marked with wooden arrow signs and takes 1 to 2 hours to complete. The trail ends at Priivitsa campfire site, which is a good place for making campfire and having a meal.
Phone+372 505 8242
E-mail info.kabli@rmk.ee
Type of objectStudy trail
Parking facilitiesParking for 10 cars in front of the Visitor Centre.
AmenitiesThe circular trail starts from the small parking area next to Kabli Visitor Centre. There are two information stands with the trail map, bird boxes, 2 bird observation towers and several interest points along the trail.
Camping facilities Camping and making campfire at Priivitsa campfire site.
Campfire site Outdoor fireplace.
Wheelchair accessibility Wheelchair accessibility from Kabli Visitor Centre to bird nest display (about 200 m).
Hiking options Hiking on the RMK Hiking Route, Kopra–Ikla section (74 km).
SightsDiverse terrains and keystone habitats, Kabli bird station, beautiful coastal sea. The monument to the sailing ship “Markus” and the House Museum of Markson, captain and shipowner, is 1.5 km away in Kabli village.
Additional information
Restrictions The trail is situated in the Kabli Nature Reserve, information about restrictions can be obtained from the Environmental Board, +372 662 5999 info@keskkonnaamet.ee
LocationKabli village, Häädemeeste municipality, Pärnu County. Object no 3 on the recreation area map.
Driving directionsDrive along the old Pärnu–Riga road towards Kabli. Turn right after crossing the Priivitsa stream, at the Orajõe forest district bus stop (sign to Kabli Visitor Centre). Follow the sign to Kabli Visitor Centre, where the study trail starts.
Geographic coordinatesLong-Lat WGS 84
latitude: 58.018800
longitude: 24.450593
L-EST 97 x: 6430918 y: 526631