Estland

Endla Moor Reserve

Along the northern border of the Estonian district of Jõgevamaa, within an area of around 80 square kilometres, lies the beautiful Endla Nature Reserve.

 

Numerous everglades and small brooks are characteristic to the landscape. The water originates from Pandivere Upland, where creviced karst formations of limestone lay under thin surface.

 

Visitors can explore the marshland walking only on plank paths. It is the only way to walk around without getting wet feet.

 

Important! It is necessary to sign up for the visit of this area in advance. Further information will be provided in Tooma village, south east of the reserve.

 

 

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