Padise off-road trail

The 1 km trail running along the former bed of the Kloostri River features steep rises and falls and demands the driver to have courage and skills to control the vehicle. The trail is narrow and there are no overtaking possibilities. It is an off-road trail (not an off-road area), with a marked driving route and direction. The trail is suitable for ATVs. Due to the specifics of the trail, driving off-road trucks is prohibited.
Opening hoursUse of the trail is allowed from 10:00 to 22:00
Type of objectOff-road trail
Winter accessibilityAccess road to the trail is kept clear of snow, but the trail is not.
RestrictionsDuring off-road driving, the driver must not harm the environment by excessive noise, dust or exhaust gases caused by the engine of the vehicle or other equipment, if these could be avoided; clean the off-road vehicle in a body of water or on the shore closer than 10 metres to the shoreline; contaminate the environment with fuels or lubricants or change the off-road vehicle’s oil in a place not intended for such actions; harm, litter or in other ways contaminate the area used for traffic; drive an off-road vehicle with leakage that may pollute the environment.
LocationPadise municipality, Kasepere village. Padise off-road trail is partly situated on private land belonging to the Kallaste farm. Object no. 13 on recreation area map.
Driving directionsTo get to Padise off-road trail, drive along Tallinn–Haapsalu road, after Rummu turn right towards Kasepere village and drive 1 km. 
Geographic coordinatesLong-Lat WGS 84
latitude: 59.218333
longitude: 24.154444
L-EST 97 x: 6564453 y: 508833