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For the visitor of Hiiumaa Recreation Area - Orjaku study trail - Dagen Haus and Mõisakoha

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The trail consists of a longer Orjaku trail (2 km) and a shorter Roostikuring (Reed loop) (0.7 km). Accessible without getting your feet wet, the trail is marked with arrow signs. Enjoy the sights over the bays of Käina and Jausa, and observe the birds' activities and their migration. The short, circular boardwalk trail along the Reed loop takes you through tall reeds to Silmakare.
Phone +372 676 7111, Ristna Nature Centre

Object type: Study trail
Parking facilities: Parking near the Eye of Orjaku
Equipment: a large information board and 12 smaller ones, about 0.6 km long boardwalk through reeds, two viewing platforms (a tower of 6 m in Silmakare and a tower of 3 m on the island of Kassari), a bicycle holder, benches for sitting. Accessible without getting your feet wet, the trail is marked with arrow signs.
Options for disabled person: yes
Hiking options: yes

Sights: Käina Bay resembles a coastal lake rather than a sea bay. Its average depth is only 0.5 m and the bay is connected to the sea through 3 canals. There are 23 low flat islands in the bay, mostly surrounded by reeds. The bird population in Käina Bay is interesting and highly diverse. In autumn, about 10,000 to 15,000, sometimes up to 20,000, water and coastal birds choose the bay as their stopover site.

Restrictions: The trail is situated in the landscape protection areas of Käina Bay and Kassari. See the protection rules in the State Gazette (Riigi Teataja).
Sheep grazing area! Dogs are not allowed on the trail.

For the visitor of Hiiumaa Recreation Area - Neljateeristi study trail - Puumetsa

A versatile one-hour trail between glacial terraces and sites of spring-fed bogs.
Phone +372 676 7111, Ristna Nature Centre

Object type: Study trail
Parking facilities: A parking lot for 3 smaller buses or 5 cars at the start of the hiking trail; you can also use the parking area of Mägipä campsite, 1 km from the start of the trail.
Equipment: The trail has 2 large and 8 smaller information boards. Wooden arrow signs and blue ribbons mark the trail, and a ladder to climb over the Mägipä erratic boulder. Footbridge, wooden trails.
Camping facilities: yes
Roofed outdoor fireplace: yes
Hiking options: yes

Sights: The trail runs along the northern coast of Kõpu Peninsula, through the forests between an 8,000 years old coastal terrace and modern-day beach. Möirasoo is the name of a small calcareous spring-fed fen, which has many legends about its origin. Here you can find yews (Taxus baccata), a protected species originated in a warmer climatic period. Mägipä erratic boulder and Süllasoo Jaanikivi rock on the beach are tokens of the Ice Age.
Berries and mushrooms Blueberries, mushrooms

Additional information: You can set up tents and make campfire at Mägipä campsite; the trail also passes the forest hut in Kalurikoja.
Restrictions: The trail is situated in Kõpu Nature Reserve. See the protection rules in the State Gazette (Riigi Teataja).