Majakivi–Pikanõmme nature trail (7 km)

Harju County, Lahemaa National Park
The trail introduces Majakivi, the third largest erratic boulder in Estonia (7 m in height, 32 m in perimeter), old accretion ridges, alternating bog types and forests of the Juminda peninsula.
Phone+372 676 7010, +372 329 5555
E-mail info.oandu@rmk.ee
info.lahemaa@rmk.ee
Type of objectStudy trail
Parking facilitiesParking for 30 cars or 3 tour buses at the eastern end of the trail at Hara–Juminda road.
AmenitiesInformation boards, 2 km of boardwalk, indication, 2 waste bins, DC
Camping facilities Juminda campsite
Wheelchair accessibility Dry inva toilet
Hiking options yes
SightsThe high central part of the Juminda peninsula, where the embedding of former coastal deposits and sand dunes, stretches of forest and wetland has formed a uniquely versatile landscape.
Additional information Before going to nature, please read the Environmental code of conduct (freedom to roam).
Restrictions The trail is situated in Lahemaa National Park, view the restrictions on visiting here. Additional information from the Environmental Board: +372 680 7438, info@keskkonnaamet.ee.
LocationKuusalu Municipality, Harju County
Object no. 21 on the national park map
Driving directionsDrive 39 km on Tallinn–Narva road (E20) to Kuusalu, turn right towards Leesi. Drive 800 m to the Kuusalu junction, turn left (sign 17 km to Leesi), pass under the viaduct, cross the roundabout and drive onto Jõelähtme–Leesi road. Turn right (at the sign 23 km to Leesi) and drive ahead to the Kupu village. Turn left 100 m after the Kupu village sign (at the sign 22 km to Leesi) and drive 10 km to the Pudisoo village. Drive 3 km from Pudisoo village and turn right. Drive 6 km and turn left at the Leesi–Loksa junction. Drive about 1.2 km, turn left and arrive at the parking area and information board of the nature trail.
Geographic coordinatesLong-Lat WGS 84
latitude: 59.588719
longitude: 25.595241
L-EST 97 x: 6606770 y: 590114