Rebäse landscape trail (7 km)
Rebäse landscape trail starts from the parking area of the Tornimäe observation tower near a threshing barn in Rebäse. There are 16 boards with information in Estonian and English along the trail, and a parking area and campsite at the start of the trail. You might need sturdy boots to pass the trail as in rainy weather the trail may be partly muddy and the boardwalk slippery. The trail passes pastures so you might encounter curious but generally friendly cows on your way.
Hikers can climb up the local “Mount Ararat” (103.1 m above sea level), admire Lake Raudjärv with its ice-cold water and pass the oldest farmstead, established in 1585, in the area. The trail also passes the Linnamägi hill with traces of settlement from Early Iron Age, a new beaver habitat and wild boar feeding sites.
Up on the slope of the Tornimägi hill, hikers can admire the largest gullies of Karula upland in the shade of a thicket. The gully is a wonderful sight in early spring when snowdrop anemones are in full bloom.
You can also make a detour and visit the Rebäse threshing barn, the fieldstone building near the parking area and the local manor’s bench-shaped flogging stone built into the rear wall.
The nature, history and cultural heritage of the region.
There are 16 information boards, observation deck, piers and pasture gates along the trail. The trail is marked with wooden arrow signs and blazing on trees. More information on the RMK website. Дополнительная информация здесь.