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Primeval valley of the River Brasla
Although the river is classified as “small”, this section of the river does not have the typical obstacles the small rivers have — trees fallen over the river, stacks of trees and branches in the river, and traces of beavers.
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Turaida Ravines and Caves
For travellers interested in the nature and culture monuments located on the banks of the old Gauja valley.
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The Wild Ravine of the River Vējupīte and Mound Paradīzes
Sigulda is a place where the nature lies in close interaction with what has been created by men.
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Sigulda - Līgatne
Suited for fit hikers or cyclists focused on an adventure in terms of views and emotions through the most impressive primeval valley of a river in Baltics. The route runs through Gauja National Park.
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From Līgatne to Līgatne Nature Trails
Suitable for those looking for alternative routes to get from Līgatne to Līgatne nature trails while getting to know the landscapes of the Gauja riversides with the beautiful Katrīna Rock and Gūdu Cliffs en route (check PDF file to see the route for those two landscapes!).
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From Līgatne to Cēsis
The route takes you from Līgatne to Cēsis, with sightseeing objects on the way (check PDF file for descpription and map of the objects!). Suitable for active hikers or cyclists interested in nature, heritage and history.
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Cecilu nature trail in Ieriki
Cecilu nature trail is a walking route for tourists where you can see the sights of Amata municipality that are located along the banks of Kumada River, Danchupite and Amata River. Check the PDF file for a map and objects in the nature trail!
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River Amata. Rocks and Cliffs
For travellers not afraid of large and frequent terrain differences, and also for those wishing to see and enjoy the beautiful banks of primeval valley of the River Amata while heading along remote forest paths.
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Best Landscapes in the Vincity of Āraiši
Suitable for those interested in nature and culture environment. Appreciated by those running after beautiful sights to catch these by a photo camera.
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