After leaving Kunda, the Forest Trail comes out by the North-Estonian Klint and follows along its surface for the next two kilometres. From there on the trail often goes by the paved road with traffic. Be aware of cars! In the village of Toolse, it is worth taking a two-kilometre detour to visit the romantic Toolse castle ruins. Lamprey catching traps, which is a rare type of fishing in Estonia, are sometimes placed near the bridge over the Selja River. They are owned by the museum, located in a beautiful farmhouse on the right bank of the river, which can be seen from the Selja bridge. From Toolse to Eisma, the Forest Trail runs along the road, making a brief detour on a beautiful, rock-covered beach before Eisma.
Length: 19 km
Duration: 6-8 h
Starting point: Kunda, Kasemäe street (Kasemäe tee)
End point: Eisma harbour
The course of the route: Kunda (Kasemäe põik‒Kalda‒Koidu‒Toolse tee) ‒Toolse‒Karepa‒Eisma
Road surface: Mainly paved roads, forest roads for a short period, sandy and rocky seashore
Danger points: Do not go near the edge of the North-Estonian Klint because it may collapse. Be careful when walking on the side of the road!
Keep in mind! Stock up on groceries in Kunda, as there are no shops and places to eat (only seasonal) for the next three days.
Alternative options: You can also use the bus on the Kunda‒Eisma section.