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Piusa River valley hiking trail

The total length of the hiking trail in the primeval valley of the Piusa River is 15 km from the ruins of the Vastseliina Episcopal Castle to Lindora or vice versa. You can take the trail on foot, but parts of it are also passable either by bike or car. The highlights of the reserve are the tall Devonian sandstone outcrops – the tallest of them is the wall of Härma Mäemine or the Keldre Wall (total height 43 m, length 150 m). There are two camping sites – under the Make Wall on the first third of the trail and under the Härma Lower Wall towards the end of the trail. The object is not lighted, which is why we recommend to visit it during the day.

Features and amenities

General equipment
  • Camping area
  • Information boards
  • Recreation area/picnic ground
  • Drop Toilet


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