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Reiu-Raeküla health trail

Updated: 6. Apr 2021, 9:09
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These trails are situated in the pine forests of Raeküla, just outside of Pärnu. They are fully marked and measure 3 km, 5 km and 10 km. The forest also offers a variety of hiking trails that you can explore while walking, running or mountain-biking.
There is also a good skiing trail made from artificial snow – it starts from the car park, follows the old railway embankment and then turns off onto the side of Lätte Road, where it doubles in width and circles back around towards Reiu Bridge. The total length of the trail is 3 km. There is a dedicated classic skiing section along the trail which is fully lit until 23:00. Walking, running and sledding are strictly forbidden on the skiing trail –

use the snow-free health trails (5 km & 10 km) and the forest pathways that link them instead, as they are perfectly suited to walking, running and cycling.

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These trails are situated in the pine forests of Raeküla, just outside of Pärnu. They are fully marked and measure 3 km, 5 km and 10 km. The forest also offers a variety of hiking trails that you can explore while walking, running or mountain-biking.
There is also a good skiing trail made from artificial snow – it starts from the car park, follows the old railway embankment and then turns off onto the side of Lätte Road, where it doubles in width and circles back around towards Reiu Bridge. The total length of the trail is 3 km. There is a dedicated classic skiing section along the trail which is fully lit until 23:00. Walking, running and sledding are strictly forbidden on the skiing trail –

use the snow-free health trails (5 km & 10 km) and the forest pathways that link them instead, as they are perfectly suited to walking, running and cycling.