Oobikuorg
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The last ice age moulded the landscape of South Vorumaa so that there are many lakes and valleys. Rouge primeval valley, which is 10 km long and 52 metres deep, has seven lakes: Kahrila Lake, Tougjarv, Ratasjarv, Kaussjarv, Rouge Suurjarv, Liinjarv and Valgjarv. The lakes are connected by the River Rouge or Ajo, which starts from the valley Tindiorg.Tindiorg, Kulmorg, Mohkorg, Oobikuorg, Tinopeetri, Hinni, Sikasoo and Jarveotsa are the tributary valleys of Rouge primeval valley. Oobikuorg (Nightingale Valley), that borders the ancient fort is the most well-known. The valley is 300 m long and 12–15 m deep.Useful information: In spring, when the European bird cherries bloom, the valley is filled with singing nightingales, that's also where the names comes from.
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Mark T
Tallinn, Estonia361 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2020 • Family
If you like forest, small lakes and peaceful places with less people - Welcome to Ööbikuorg. Lot of options for hiking. deepest lake in Estonia located in Ööbikuorg, Highest hill in Baltics (314 m) located in 15 min drive. Recommended to visit summer time.
Written 11 July 2020
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AndrejaKo
Maribor, Slovenia1,043 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2019
parking + info center + watch tower + sort of indian village. a little place to strech your legs and re-energise.
Written 20 November 2019
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