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The largest area of untouched nature in Lithuania, the Čepkeliai Nature Reserve offers a unique opportunity to get closer to fragile ecosystems of rare flora and fauna, including lady’s slipper orchids, black grouses, wolves and lynx.
The largest area of untouched nature in Lithuania, the Čepkeliai Nature Reserve offers a unique opportunity to get closer to fragile ecosystems of rare flora and fauna. It is one of the largest marshlands in Europe and home to over 4,000 species of animals and plants, including lady’s slipper orchids, black grouses, wolves and lynx. The 1.5 km visitor path across this secluded pocket of wild nature is a mesmerising hike. Winding through continental sand dunes and pine forests, it leads to an observational tower where you can admire the mysterious landscape of the marsh and its small forested islands. As this is one of the most protected nature spots in Lithuania, visiting the trail is only possible with a licensed specialist.

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