Baltic Coastal Hiking Route

Baltic Coastal Hiking Route

Ikla küla, Häädemeeste vald 86005
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The Baltic Coastal Hiking Route runs along the coast of the Baltic Sea and is part of the European E9 hiking trail. The total length of the trail is 1,200 km, of which 580 km are in Latvia and 620 km in Estonia. The trail starts at the Lithuanian–Latvian border and ends in Tallinn. It takes about 60 days to complete the trail, but it is divided into days and degrees of difficulty, allowing you to choose the most distance that suits you best. The trail can be completed in both directions. In Estonia, you can start from Ikla or Tallinn. The Estonian part of the trail is divided into 30 hiking days. You can see more than 500 natural and cultural attractions, as well as accommodation and dining spots where you can enjoy a soft bed and good food.

Features and amenities


Length/Distance 620.0


Information boards
Camping area
Viewing platform
Recreation area/picnic ground

Getting there

The Baltic Coastal Hiking Route in Estonia starts in Ikla and ends at the port of Tallinn. You can start the trail at any point that suits you best. The trail is marked with white-blue-white markings. The beachfront destinations can also be reached by public transport or with the assistance of the accommodation service provider. Check out the timetable or arrange a transfer from the train or bus station with the accommodation service provider.


On foot only

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