RMK Penijõe-Aegviidu-Kauksi hiking route/Mummassaare-Kauksi (133 km)

During the time of a risk of a forest fire in Estonia: • You can make fire only in designated places. • You can make fire only with a wind up to 5 m/s. • Watch out your fire!

The last section of Penijõe–Aegviidu–Kauksi hiking route starts at the sea on the northern coast of Estonia, goes past the Kuremäe Convent, then along forest roads to Iisaku, heading to Kotka hiking trail and then further to the inland sand dunes (kriivas) of Agusalu. Next, the trail runs past large mires to Lake Peipus, and along the northern shore of the lake to Kauksi.

Phone
Kauksi Visitor centre
+372 5681 5722
E-mailinfo.kauksi@rmk.ee
Type of objectHiking trail
Parking facilitiesThe best option for long-term parking is at Kauksi Visitor Centre. A few cars can also be parked at each campsite along the hiking route.
Amenities
The trail is signposted and marked with white-yellow-white paint marks on trees. Rest stops on the trail and distances between them.
Camping facilities At campsites and campfire sites along the hiking route
Campfire site At campsites and campfire sites along the hiking route
Hiking options RMK Penijõe-Aegviidu-Kauksi hiking route
SightsTannenberg line, Museum at Sinimäed, Kurtna lakes, Pühtitsa Kuremäe convent, Agusalu sand dunes, Lake Peipus
Winter accessibilitySnow is removed from major public roads only. No snow removal on smaller forest roads. Firewood is available at campfire sites.