Walking paths at Remte manor park

The establishment of the park (26 ha) started in the 19th century. It was the former manor centre, with alleys, spectacular tree plantations and its own system of ponds and channels. Along the paths, there are also several interesting small architecture elements – the Bears’ house, base stone for holding the Snake Vase, Torment Chamber, Hunting Tower, heralding about the history of the park. An impressive Love Oak grows at the start of the trails, 5,3 m in circuit. And a so called Love Island has been artificially created on the river flowing through the park, with nice wooden boardwalks leading to it.

A barefoot path has also been created at the park, to train and test various senses while walking through a number of stretches with different pavements and constructions.

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