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Loodi Nature Park

Category Natural attractions, Tourism objects
Loodi küla, Paistu vald, Viljandimaa
Coordinates 58.274445, 25.577778
GPS: 58° 16' 28" N, 25° 34' 40" E

Loodi Nature Park is situated in the centre of the Upland of Sakala. Many red sandstone outcrops of the Aruküla Layer dating from the Central Devonian period are found in the ancient steep sided Paistu Valley; there are 17 altogether, of which the biggest is an outcrop 23m high and 15m wide and from the cave of which a spring issues; the place is known among people under the name of "Loodi põrgu" ("Loodi Hell"). The flora is varied; here you can find many kinds of ferns and about 80 kinds of mosses, among them species very rare in Estonia. Next to the Ancient Valley of Paistu are oak forests and the Tollamäe Oak (height 25m and circumference 6.46m).

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