u Magazine of Hong Kong published a travel article about Soomaa National Park of Estonia U Magazine (Hong Kong) travel article about Soomaa national park by Aivar Ruukel
A dugout canoe seminar was organized to celebrate 20 years of Soomaa national park as well as 20 years of ecotourism movement in Estonia. Dugout canoe building and using tradition is a living culture in the villages of Soomaa.
We had a pleasure to guide the US Embassy people on the canoe trip on the flooded meadows and woods of Soomaa national park.
Janis and Ints from Reuters visited flooded Soomaa, in the news tomorrow.
The annual spring flood of Soomaa, known as fifth season has reached his maximum for this time. Enjoy the pictures, taken by Kristian Lust, and see his BlizzardFoto Flickr stream
Here is the timelapse of last six days from Karuskose. Thanks to Omar of Beta Group for material! Follow the unique Fifth Season of Soomaa national park on web camera. Right now, right here!
There is not much to add about the infographic created by Algis. 1 picture is worth of 100 words. If you want to experience the Fifth Season in “real life”, do not come too late!
To celebrate her 50th birthday Catherine Mack takes a leap into the wilderness of Soomaa National Park in Estonia, equipped with a pair of bog shoes, a canoe and a keen eye for wolves. [View the story “Bogshoeing, wolves and wilderness. Estonia.” on Storify]
Warm weather has caused a rapid rise of water in rivers of Soomaa National Park. Day before yesterday when the process stared the rise was +10 cm per day and night, last day and night already +50 cm. At the moment the level is 1 meter and 25 centimetres in Riisa water observation station at Read More …
Ther level of water has started to rise in the rivers of Soomaa national park. According to observation data of the Riisa water station the rise of water level in Halliste river has been 10 centimetres during last 24 hours. A big change has happened also on Raudna river, followed by real time Fifth Read More …