RMK hiking route Peraküla-Aegviidu-Ähijärve / Ohtu-Alavere (87 km)

The Keila-Valing section is difficult to cycle, the road is muddy and the rails are driven in.

Due to the improvement of the forest export route on Kose - Alavere - Uuemõisa section, the hiking trail at Pikavere-Viskla Road is muddy and difficult to pass.
This section of the hiking route is quite varied. Although most of the route goes along larger and smaller gravel roads, the trail introduces also some long, narrow and relatively wild paths, which can be challenging to pass. There are study trails along the route, for example the Metsanurme-Üksnurme history and nature study trail. There is also a patch of bog on this route – namely, the Saarte bog in Kiili municipality. In addition, the hiking route runs through the Tuhala-Nabala Nature Reserve, formed for the protection of the karst area. Due to its closeness to Tallinn, in this section one must also cross several larger main roads.
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Type of objectHiking trail
Parking facilities Parking for 2-3 cars is available at each campfire site
Amenities The trail is marked with signposts and white-green-white paint markings.
The rest stops on the trail and distances between them:
Camping facilities yes
Outdoor fireplace yes
Campfire site yes
Water Non-potable water can be taken from the rivers of Keila, Tuhala and Pirita and the Angerja stream.
Hiking options yes
Additional information Before going on a nature walk please read the Environmental code of conduct (freedom to roam).