Selli-Sillaotsa study trail (4.7 km)

NB! Conditions in nature are often difficult in winter. Depending on the weather, both the maintenance of visiting objects and the supply of firewood can be disrupted, access can be difficult.
The trail starts in a pine forest at the edge of a mire. There the Suuretüki observation tower offers an excellent view on the Laeva mire. The trail continues along a boardwalk across the Laeva mire, which is well known for its good cranberry sites.
The trail is for walking only!
Phone+372 676 7122
E-mail info.kiidjarve@rmk.ee
Type of objectStudy trail
Parking facilitiesFor 4 cars by the first shelter and for 8 cars in the parking lot 1 km away.
Amenities2 information boards, 2 shelters, 2 dry toilets, 9 small information boards, observation tower (12 m), boardwalks and wood chip-covered sections of the trail.
Hiking options The trail is for walking only!
SightsMire, varied biota.
Berries and mushroomsbilberries, cloudberries, cranberries
Additional informationThe trail is for walking. On average it takes 1.5 h to walk the trail. The trail runs through the bog (3.5 km) and on gravel road (1.2 km). No camping or making campfire on the trail!
Restrictions The study trail is situated in Alam-Pedja Nature Reserve, view the restrictions on visiting here Further information can be obtained from the Environmental Board (+372 662 5999, info@keskkonnaamet.ee).
LocationTartu municipality, Tartu County. Object no 1 on the nature reserve map.
Driving directionsDrive along the Tartu–Tallinn road, 20 km from Tartu turn left immediately after the large sign (Tallinn 161, Siniküla 5, Laeva 2), drive 200 m and take the middle road to Palupõhja (traffic sign “uneven road” 11 km). Drive 7 km to the shelter and parking space on the right. Larger car park is after 1 km.
Geographic coordinatesLong-Lat WGS 84
latitude: 58.435041
longitude: 26.268727
L-EST 97 x: 6479429.6 y: 632492.2