Väike-Munamägi spring and Kalevipoeg’s Stone

Valga County, Otepää Nature Park
Dear VISITOR!
Access to the spring of Väike Munamägi is difficult because the stairs and the platform are in bad condition, be careful, please!
Make a fire only in a place prepared and marked for it. To avoid disappointment, please take firewood or barbecue coals with you when traveling by car. Do not leave a burning fire unattended! When using a charcoal grill, pour the coals on the fireplace, not under the forest. Extinguish the fire properly, when leaving.
The spring on Väike Munamägi is also known as the source of the Emajõgi river and the Kalevipoeg's Rock is also called the memorial rock of the 100th Anniversary of the Estonian Flag.
Phone+372 676 7122
E-mailinfo.kiidjarve@rmk.ee
Type of objectOther
Parking facilitiesLeave your car to the parking area of Väike-Munamäe Ski Resort 500 m away.
AmenitiesThe campfire site has 2 information boards, dry toilet and stairs.
SightsVäike-Munamägi spring and Kalevipoeg’s Stone. From the spring uphill, you can enjoy a great view from the mobilemast platform.
Additional information
RestrictionsAbout restrictions please read here. Further information can be obtained from the Environmental Board (info@keskkonnaamet.ee, +372 662 5999).
LocationNüpli village, Otepää municipality.
Driving directionsDrive on Tatra–Otepää–Sangaste road (Road no. 46). At Otepää traffic lights, turn towards Sangaste and drive about 2.4 km. Then turn left and drive to the parking area of Väike-Munamägi Ski Centre, where you can park. Walk 200 m and turn left (follow the brown signs). Walk another 200 m ahead to the concrete stairs leading to the stone and spring.
Geographic coordinatesLong-Lat WGS 84
latitude: 58.037786
longitude: 26.512101
L-EST 97 x: 6435721.7 y: 648355.4