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Mountain Biking in Estonia

Discover the stunning scenery and incredible landscapes of little Estonia on a mountain bike!

Whether you head out on a half-day tour of the capital city or spend a week and a half cycling across the entire country, there are plenty of incredible mountain biking adventures to be had in Estonia. From its lovely islands in the Baltic Sea to the thick forests that cover the mainland, there is plenty to discover in the lovely eastern European nation! Compare and book a certified guide for your trip on Explore-Share.com: 1500+ guides, 70+ countries and more than 8000 different programs to choose from. Take a pick from our selection of Mountain Biking trips in Estonia. The mountains are calling!

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There are many reasons for choosing Mountain Biking in Estonia

Boasting stunning shorelines, modest hills and thick forests, there is plenty of incredible natural beauty to see in Estonia. Heading out on a mountain bike is a great way to cover ground and explore the country’s mainland as well as its many islands.


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Best time to visit:

May to September

How to get there:

Any trip to Estonia likely begins with a flight into Tallinn Airport (TLL). From here, it is easy to find a bus into the city center, where most guides will opt to meet you before the start of the trip

What’s the weather like?

During the summer, average daily temperatures in Estonia are usually in the low to mid-20s (upper-60s to mid-70s). Thunderstorms are fairly common in the afternoon./ Spring and autumn are cooler than the summer, with the former tending to be drier than the latter

More info about Mountain Biking in Estonia:

In spite of its small size – Estonia covers just 45,227 square kilometers (17,462 square miles) – there are plenty of incredible mountain biking opportunities to be had here. Of the three aforementioned long distance cycling trails, the longest is the Peraküla-Aegviidu-Ähijärve route. Stretching for 821 kilometers (510 miles) from the northwestern corner of the country to the southeastern, the route passes through 11 different cities and towns as well as a wide cross-section of Estonian landscape, from agricultural fields to the dark forest. The Penijõe-Aegviidu-Kauksi haru (613 kilometers/831 miles) and Oandu-Aegviidu-Ikla route (378 kilometers/235 miles) are the other two main long distance routes. The former goes from west to east and visits various towns along the way. The latter runs from south to north, passing through a wide swatch of Estonian landscapes, including villages and towns

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