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The Öördi Lake Nature Trail

Category Nature Reserves, Natural attractions
Iia küla, Kõpu vald, Viljandimaa
Coordinates 58.380280, 25.196112
GPS: 58° 22' 49" N, 25° 11' 46" E

The lake is on the territory of Soomaa National Park. Before the Iia village, about 3 kilometres from Uia the road turns right and takes you to the beautiful Öördi lake. The road is just passable by cars and minibusses. Next to a small cabin starts a natural trail to the 1.4 km long boardwalk ending at the lake.
Öördi bog lake is a relic of ancient Baltic Ice Lake, 4.4 ha in size, 3-4 metres deep and living space for some fishes, main species is perch. Sunset makes a summer evening at the lake very romantic. In autumn there are lots of cranberries in the bog. At the campsite it is possible to take a breath or stay overnight in the hiking cabin.

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