Tammeluha hiking trail (3 km)

The 3 km long trail has 11 interest points introducing the surrounding lakes, lake floodplains, which are relatively rare in Estonia, and their biota, and Pedassaar, a higher piece of land between the floodplains with their characteristic forest vegetation and the mighty Emamänd (‘Mother Pine’). 600 m long boardwalk, built from Siberian-grown larch, leads to Pedassaar.
Phone+372 676 7030
Type of objectHiking trail
Parking facilitiesParking for 10 cars 
AmenitiesThe hiking trail is marked with signs and runs across the floodplain meadow on a 600 m long boardwalk, built from Siberian-grown larch. There are 11 interest points introducing the surrounding nature along the trail
Camping facilities Tammeluha campfire site, Jõemõisa campfire site
Outdoor fireplace yes
Campfire site yes
Hiking options Jõemõisa hiking trail  (0,5 km), Kaiu cycling trail (45 km),  RMK Peraküla-Aegviidu-Ähijärve hiking route
SightsFloodplain meadow rich in species and the diverse forests of Pedassaare, Emamänd (‘Mother Pine’), the largest pine in the area
Additional information
Restrictions The hiking trail is situated in Kääpa Landscape Protection Area (Tammeluha limited management zone). Waterways of the protected area are restricted to non-motorised boating.
Camping and making campfire is allowed in designated places only. Planning public events with more than 20 participants and using motorised vehicles on the waters of the protected area requires prior consent from the protected area manager.
Additional information from the Environmental Board: +372 662 5999 info@keskkonnaamet.ee
LocationMustvee Municipality, Jõgeva County
Object no 15 on recreation area map
Driving directionsDrive 33 km from Tartu towards Jõhvi, turn right towards Pala–Kodavere, 3 km after the Kaiu bus stop turn right onto the forest road (RMK signs). Drive 1.2 km, turn right, drive another 100 m until you arrive at the information board and the start of the hiking trail.
Geographic coordinatesLong-Lat WGS 84
latitude: 58.648698
longitude: 26.845197
L-EST 97 x: 6504489 y: 665130