We don’t have a car in Tallinn, but we managed to use the local bus system to get to Lahemaa National Park for a five-hour hike through boreal forest and bog. It was gorgeous (see below), filled with fantastic wildlife and tons of edible blueberries that yes, you’re allowed to collect. It seems like Estonians view the land through a practical lens, and the mantra of “don’t take more than you need and it’s fine” is the rule here. That being said, DON’T eat anything unless you can positively identify it.
If you’re looking to do the same hike, use Google Maps to find public transit directions to the stop “Loksa Tee” pictured below. The hike will start just east of the bus stop:
Now, motivation for you to go:
And just for you, here’s a panoramic shot – click through to enlarge:
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Stunning! I’d like it if I could! feel free to check out my post on the Amazon park 🙂 https://thewanderingbroski.com/2018/08/19/lahemaa-national-park-a-stunning-destination-outside-tallinn-estonia/