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The Baltic Forest Trail is part of E11 – one of the longest hiking routes in Europe. Its Lithuanian stretch – 747 kilometres in total – winds through sparsely populated woodland and river valleys, tiny villages, mineral water resorts, and picturesque urban centres that reflect the country’s geographic and ethnographic variety.
The Baltic Forest Trail is part of E11 – one of the longest hiking routes in Europe. Its Lithuanian stretch – 747 kilometres in total – winds through sparsely populated woodland and river valleys, tiny villages, mineral water resorts, and picturesque urban centres that reflect the country’s geographic and ethnographic variety. Since the trail is divided into segments of approximately 20 kilometres, you don’t necessarily have to commit to hiking it from start to finish, which usually takes anywhere between 36 and 38 days. Better still, each segment is marked by level of difficulty, and offers accommodation and transportation options at both ends. The Forest Trail is known for its quality infrastructure and varied road surface, featuring asphalt, gravel, and dirt roads, sidewalks, and wooden paths, as well as sandy, pebble, and rocky beaches. In addition, more than 100 service providers established along the trail have received a HikerFriendly badge, so you can rest assured that you’ll get the best possible service pretty much wherever you go.