Nigula Nature Conservation Area has a 6.8 km study trail that runs along a boardwalk. You will get a partial overview of the trail when you hike for about 1 km to the first viewing tower by Lake Nigula. The trail splits in two by the viewing tower and runs through the bare fens towards the forest. The two braches form a loop, which can be covered in about 2 to 3 hours. There are different viewing towers by the trail. And it is great to have a refreshing picnic by the lake after a good walk on the trail! There are a car park, information board and toilet by the start of the trail.
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For many northern people this would be just a very pleasant walk enjoying ever changing colours of an open bog - depending upon season. But if you are not so familiar with this type of ecosystem and especially if you had not visited one before, Nigula offers a perfect opportunity. So if you are passing by and weather is good, do turn of the road and take a boardwalk over the bog. Do not hurry and take good look around – bog plants and creatures are not big and need attentive eye. There are two observation towers on the trail from which major part of the bog can be seen.
Written 24 August 2019
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