Soomaa – best for winter trips

Soomaa is best for snowshoeing in our biggest bogs.

Soomaa is best for kicksledding in our endless frozen flooded meadows.

If you are interested on winter trips in Soomaa, please write us info@soomaa.com or call +3725061896 (Aivar) / +3725147572 (Algis)

 

Halliste luht 16.02.14

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Kick-sledding is best way to see our huge flooded meadows in wintertime. It is usually rainy period in autumn and our meadows are usually flooded before winter. When winter comes floodwater freezes and we organize guided trips on those big icefields: kick-sledding

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Snowshoeing is best way to see our big bogs in winter. Bogs are frozen in winter and it is easy to walk much longer distances than in other seasons: snowshoeing