Walk on the Nature and Cognitive Trails!

In Nature Park Bernāti there are seven trails created, where you can get to know more about the ancient Latvian culture, mythology, signs and traditions. A total of 151 object are located on the trails – gates, benches, an observation tower, swings, a bridge, information stands, etc.

Cognitive trails differ and invite you to experience different sensations and activities. Climb the observation tower in the shape of a boat and see over the treetops. Go over the bridge with expressive images that await at each end of it, or just have a peaceful picnic in one of the special places (authors: sculptors Ģirts Burvis and Gaits Burvis).

Every path is dedicated to a diety and marked in the maps with a distinct color: 

  • Māra trail (green) – the longest trail (1.4 km) shows scenic views and terrain.
  • Laima trail (red) – the central trail that winds through the entire territory of the park.
  • Sun trail (yellow) – you climb sandy dunes and the observation tower in the form of a boat.
  • Moon Trail (blue) – if you want to swing, go here.
  • Thunder Trails (purple) – there are two, each at its own end of the park, associatively reminds of two lightnings.
  • Trail “JUMIS” (orange) – cross the bridge by passing through two wooden sculptures with spectacular views.
  • God’s trail (white) – the shortest, but most powerful, because it is in the valley between two high dunes. There are two benches that invite visitors to sit down, contemplate and enjoy the mightness of this place.

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