Saka Klindimoisa Hiking Trail

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Saka Klindimoisa Hiking Trail

Saka Klindimoisa Hiking Trail
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Saka Klindimoisa hiking trail starts on the grounds of Saka Manor. The trail, which is 3 km long, winds its way along the Baltic glint by the sea. You will see cliffs, forests, waterfalls and more along the trail. You can climb to the roof of what was once a border guard viewing tower, where you will enjoy great views over the water - all the way out to the Tutarsaar islands in good weather.
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Allar A
Helsinki, Finland141 contributions
Solo
This trail is one of the best places to explore the Baltic klint in Eastern Estonia.
From behind the manor, you start with an impressive descent on the stairs built onto the cliff face, down to the lush elm forest that grows between the cliff and the sea.
The trail continues to the seashore for a short distance before leading up to another set of stairs that you will take to ascend back from the other side.
The elm forest is a pretty unique habitat that has been spared from significant human disturbance, owing to its difficult location. If you look hard enough and are lucky, you may be able to spot the very rare and endangered wrinkled peach mushroom on the decaying elm logs.
Written 24 November 2018
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Vivita N
Jurmala, Latvia13 contributions
Family
Finally a chance to see some naked cliff face! After having read about Estonian klint 50 m high, we were expecting to see a lot of naked cliffs by the seaside. Turned out they are all overgrown. And after the disappointment with Valaste, this was unexpectedly wonderful trail! Not too long, but quite diverse. First you climb down a long staircase, then there is a part along lovely beach with stones and blue clay. Then when you turn off the beach again, comes the very high cliff with waterfall! Although it didn't have much water in summer, the cliff is amazing, colorful and with several platforms.
Written 4 October 2017
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Ana Isabel C
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Couples
Beautiful nature and walk that goes from the Saka Manor to the beach cliff. Beautiful waterfall and excellent information points with geologic data in English. The landscape is breathtaking and the views beautiful.
Written 1 November 2016
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