Hikes and trips

Kanuu.ee canoe trip on River Keila
During the trip, we might see the kingfisher and some beavers. We will, for sure, see signs of the beavers' activity and their nest. It is possible to visit the Harju County Museum as well.  The minimum number of participants is 2 and the price includes: - a canoe trip on River Keila (20 km from...
One day private nature and hiking tour in Pakri peninsula
Pakri peninsula was closed to normal people almost 50 years because of soviet occupation and all peninsula including Paldiski city was one huge military complex.  Today this place is attractive for wilderness lovers, with monumental cliff, beautiful lighthouse, home for migrating and nesting birds...
Bogshoe hiking in Koitjärve bog
Come and enjoy being out and about in nature both in summer and in winter. We offer you the chance to use bogshoes to visit places which otherwise would be almost impossible to access! Bogshoe hiking through Koitjärve bog gives you the opportunity to discover Koitjärve village and its mires, which...
Bogshoeing in Lahemaa National Park
The best way to get around in Estonia’s bogs is bogshoeing. Bogshoes are like snowshoes – except you wear them in bogs when there is no snow. The soft and squidgy surface, amazing landscape, bog pools, fascinating plant life, and the legends of the bogs make bogshoeing an unforgettable experience....
Canoe trip on the River Keila
A canoe trip on the River Keila is a wonderful adventure for escaping the clamour of a city; the starting point of the trip is 15 min from Tallinn. For a larger group, we use an extra-large canoe that has enough room for 10 – the group stays together and rowing is more fun. If you wish, we can...
Get to know the waterfalls in Lahemaa
During the trip, we will visit three waterfalls at Lahemaa: The Nõmmeveski waterfall at River Valgejõgi and the ruins of the hydroelectric power station located in the romantic canyon valley; the Joaveski cascade and the former factory which produced cardboard from trees; and the less-known...
Bearwatching in Kõrvemaa
Bears are just an hour’s drive from Tallinn! The shelter where we will observe bears is meant for three people and we will also spend the night there. We recommend spending at least two nights: this way, you have a bigger chance of seeing bears. There are also special observation seats where...
Viru bog study trail
Viru bog, one of the most accessible bogs in Estonia, passes through the forest and bog landscapes characteristic of Lahemaa National Park. The trail is 3.5 km and the lap is 6 km long. The study trail introduces the bog's flora, former sand dunes, eskers, and heath forest. There is a boardwalk...
Skating trips in Kõrvemaa
Come to a skating trip in Kõrvemaa! Skating on bog ponds is something that everyone should try at least once in their life. The frozen bog islands alternating with frozen bog ponds - it is like a winter wonderland. The experience cannot be compared to anything else and positive emotions are...
Central hiking trail on the Island of Naissaar
The Island of Naissaar, in the 11th century records referred to as Terra feminarum, in 1297 Narghetn, later Nargö, also Nargen, is an island located in the Gulf of Tallinn, 8.5 km from mainland. The area of the island is 1,662.8 ha, and it is 11 km in length and 4 km in width. The island mainly...
Tabasalu nature study trail
This 3.5 km trail is in Rannamõisa nature conservation area (Tabasalu Nature Park). It winds its way along the clifftop before following stone stairs down to the base of the cliff, where you then circle your way back to the starting point. There are 13 large information boards along the trail about...
Joyrides on a snowmobile in Kõrvemaa
Let's explore the wintry charms of Kõrvemaa on a sleigh dashing along a snow trail, or sleigh trips and safaris in Kõrvemaa nature – come on a joyride! You can enjoy a joyride on a comfy 9-seat snowmobile across the hilly countryside of North Kõrvemaa.  Themes for the snowmobile trip: •  ...
Horseback trips at Kalaoja Farm
Kalaoja Farm offers trips to nature for you and your friends on well-broken horses. Come and ride in the wilderness, get adventurous on forest trails, travel across fields − feel the freedom of being out in the open and forget about your daily worries! We organize daily two-hour rides around...
Kayaking near Prangli island and the islands of Kolga Bay
The tour, which has been recognised with the EHE (Genuine and Interesting Estonia) quality mark, will take us to the islands of Koipse, Rammu, Aksi, and Prangli. Prangli is the only island to have permanent settlement. The islands are covered in junipers and pine groves and there are small lakes...
Sledding with Siberian Huskies
We will introduce the breed, history, character, and range of use of the Siberian Husky in detail. Then, we will prepare the dogs for a ride, place the harnesses on them, and move them to the correct positions in the equipage. Sledding with dogs – we take a few-kilometre ride in the...
Kanuu.ee bogshoe hike in Kakerdaja bog
The Kakerdaja bog hike is one worth doing in every season of the year.  Make a choice, or do them all; take in a hike in the autumn bog among lingonberries and colourful leaves; visit in the winter, when you can float over a thick carpet of calm snow; enjoy the bog in spring, when wild nature...
Guided scooter trips around Kõrvemaa, Jäneda, and Aegviidu
The scooter is the perfect means of transport for enjoying the outdoors, regardless of age, and anyone will be able to cope well on any terrain. It is as if the varying landscape of Kõrvemaa and its hiking and forest trails were made for scooter rides. You can have a picnic in the rest stops and at...
Keila hiking and health tracks
On Keila health tracks, you can run, roller-skate and play football in addition to hiking and walking outdoors; in the winter, you can also ski. Pick a following activity according to your abilities and likes: - a grass football field; - roller rinks, about 0.7–2.5 km - a ski stadium and...
Kanuu.ee family trip in a safe 4-person canoe on River Keila
We offer hikes with canoes which, instead of the traditional two or three persons, seat up to four persons. The canoes are longer and wider, which is why the whole family or all of your friends can fit in it. The four-person seat in the canoe is filled with air, which makes the canoe unsinkable...
Bog-shoeing in northern Kõrvemaa
Bog-shoeing is an unforgettable experience! You can freely hike in the bog –during spring and autumn, you get to sway at the edge of a swamp pool; in the winter, you can easily climb the slopes of eskers. Bog shoes are indispensable on any bog hike . The hiker doesn't sink in and cause damage...
Guided hike in Viru bog
My childhood home is located in this neck of the woods. Even though there was no hiking trail in Viru bog at the time, our family often came here to pick berries and mushrooms, and my father for work. Now, there is a lovely hiking trail where you can explore the bog. There is a foot path leading...
Tädu nature study trail
It takes 1.5–2 hours to complete this 3.5-kilometre forest trail. The path starts at a little car park with an information stand and ends with a picnic site at the end of the trail. The trail is especially convenient to those travelling to the location by car, as the beginning and the end of the...
Observing animals in Kõrvemaa with an experienced guide
Want to see a beaver, moose, bear, lynx, or a wolf? This is not easy to do. Although we, Estonians, live in the middle of ancient forests where there are more animals than people, the animals are shy and can mostly be seen in the evenings and early mornings. Still, our team has over 10 years of...
Rafting on Jägala River
Someone from Nepal would probably laugh if they saw Estonia's only true rafting river, Jägala. But we can't travel to Nepal every year whenever we fancy a bit of rafting! Spring is the time of year in Estonia when the rivers become perfect for rafting, as the winter ice melts - and the Jägala...
Nature trail in Keila-Joa Park
The 3 km long round nature trail in Keila-Joa Park runs along the banks of River Keila and through the Keila-Joa Park, where there are a number of stairs and suspension bridges. There is an information board with a map and general information at the beginning of the trail, and 8 information points...