Ööbikuorg gotr it's name by the local Rouges school director Adolf Assor who named this valley because of nightingales. Ööbik = Nightingale ( the bird ). There are lots of nightingales singing in this valley in the spring. Can You imagine that ?
Fondest memory: I stood there in the edge of Ööbiku valley
approx. 10 min. and just enjoyed the silence and the view and breathing cold fresh air.
In the nicest view points there are usually built view platforms like this one. Here's my frined VT-er Robinz comes down from one of them in the edge of Ööbikuorg.
Fondest memory: When I took this picture I found thats like steps to heaven. Is'nt it ?
That kind of sunny afternoon is not very common in Estonia but we got this weather and felt that it was a gift. In this picture You can see us walking approx. 2 km to Kütiorg. To translate the name into english, it means Hunters Valley.
You can read more about this valley under MUST SEE ACTIVITIES.
Fondest memory: It was cold approx - 15 degees by celsius but it was fine with us because of the sun and
Hinni canyon near Kahrila's lake is the only canyon in estonia where in the both side of stream You can see sandstone reveletaion.
Fondest memory: Entrance to canyon