Drone video of flooding in Soomaa national park filmed by Kristjan Lust / Blizzardfoto , 31. of January 2016. See photo stream of Kristjan on Flickr
Warm weather of last week has caused a quick snow melting and a rapid rise of water in rivers of Soomaa National Park. According to data of Riisa water observation station at Halliste river the rise has been +160 cm for last three days, since water level started to climb. See PHOTOS from Read More …
Fifth season in Soomaa, low and quick #flood this year @visitestonia @EUWilderness @wifsten @catherinemack more on FB pic.twitter.com/QceSSuzCML — Aivar Ruukel (@Ruukel) March 27, 2014
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.
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 …
Win free canoe trip for 10 people by predicting the high level of the 2013 spring flood in Soomaa, the so called Fifth Season. There are 5 simple rules: 1) Write your prediction of the highest water level in the comments below. 2) Everyone can guess one time only. 3) If two or more people Read More …
Water level in flooded Soomaa national park rised last day yesterday, and according to measurments of Riisa hydrological station reached 4 metres and 1 millimeter ! Now it is going slowly down, Flood is still there whole week, but level is less and less every day.
Swedish nature magazine Sveriges Natur had a paddle trip in flooded forests of Soomaa National Park. Pictures in Flickr Pictures in Facebook
Estonian Amazon – Canoeing Soomaa Keskus – Karuskose EveryTrail