From Mahu to Letipea village, the Forest Trail runs along small coastal roads close to the sea and along the coastline for a stretch of road. It may be worth taking a 2 km detour (there and back) to the Ehalkivi Boulder. For the next three kilometres from Simunamäe, the Forest Trail leads along the foot of the North-Estonian Klint, which is covered by a primary forest. The coastline is about a kilometre away from here. Information boards about the history of Kunda have been placed in the territory surrounding the Lontova manor. You can also visit the many objects located in the city and along the river that are related to the historical development of the city cement plant.

Practical information

Length: 18 km

Duration: 6-8 h

Starting point: Mahu village by the Mahu beach

End point: Kasemäe street (Kasemäe tee)

The course of the route: Mahu‒Männiku‒Letipea‒Simunamäe‒Lontova‒Kunda

Road surface: Gravel and dirt roads, sandy and overgrown beach, paved road behind Simunamäe and in Kunda

Difficulty: Easy

Danger points: Be careful when walking on the side of the road!

Keep in mind! Shops and food services available only in Kunda.

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