Kütioru short hiking trail (2.8 km)

Võru County, Haanja Nature Park
Instead of the longer hiking trail of Kütioru (9.6 km), it is possible to choose the shorter trail, which is about 2.8 km long. The trail starts at the parking area near Kütiorg Alpine Skiing Centre.
Kütiorg, the grandest primeval valley in Estonia, is up to 70 metres deep. The valley is characterised by steep slopes and a relatively narrow bottom (250-600 m). Its slopes are intersected by numerous gullies, called 'tsoris' in the local dialect, which are the largest ones in Estonia. The main sight of Kütioru short hiking trail is the deep valley called Suurtsori.
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Type of objectHiking trail
Parking facilitiesParking at Kütiorg Alpine Skiing Centre or at the start of the hiking trails, spaces for max 8 cars.
AmenitiesThe trail starts at Kütiorg Alpine Skiing Centre and is marked with wooden signs.
Hiking options walking
SightsThe largest and grandest primeval valley in Estonia – Kütiorg. Deep V-shaped valley – Suurtsori.
Winter accessibilityParking area at Kütiorg Alpine Skiing Centre is kept clear of snow.
Additional informationBefore going on a nature walk please read the Environmental code of conduct (freedom to roam).
RestrictionsThe hiking trail is situated in Haanja Nature Park, about restrictions please read here. Further information can be obtained from the Environmental Board (+372 786 8360, info@keskkonnaamet.ee).
LocationVõru municipality, Võru County. Object no 9 on the nature park map.
Driving directionsDrive from Võru towards Luhamaa (Road no. 2, E263), at the Tootsi bus stop turn left, follow the sign "Kütioru matkarada 3 km". The same road also takes you to Kütioru Alpine Skiing Centre. Go along the asphalt road, which later turns into gravel road (2.6 km), to the buildings of the skiing centre. There you will find the parking area and the map of the hiking trail.
Geographic coordinatesLong-Lat WGS 84
latitude: 57.78751
longitude: 27.14706
L-EST 97 x: 6409456.8 y: 687135.3