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Fifth Season  is Knocking on the Door Soomaa National Park in Estonia
Reason for regular floods in Soomaa is a combination of flat relief and many natural rivers
Soomaa floods almost every spring...
... but sometimes it happens also in summer...
... or autumn
Local people are used to floods, they call it a Fifth Season
For visitors it is an interesting time to  discover Soomaa National Park
...and experience paddling on the flooded meadows and forests
9  greatest floods of last decade...
9 2007 March + 2,95 metres
8 2002 March + 3,05 metres
7 1999 January + 3,20 m.
6 2008 December + 3,28 metres
5 2009 April + 3,49 metres
4 2004 March + 3,59 m.
3 2005 January + 3,84 metres
2002 February 2 + 3,88 metres
1999 April 1 + 4,37 m.
2010 ?
Want to paddle on flooded meadows and woods?  Send an email  [email_address]   Join  http://www.facebook.com/soomaa.estonia
Want to experience Fifth Season?  Follow:  www.twitter.com/soomaa Call: +372 5061856 (Aivar Ruukel)
Thanks for pictures: Annika Haas, Assar Jõepera,  Ljudmila Ruukel, Peeter Ernits, Tarmo Roop, Toomas Tuul, Urmas Luik Data...
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Five Seasons in Soomaa National Park of Estonia

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Fifth season is called the season of floods in Soomaa National Park of Estonia, usually it takes place in late March. Canoeing is the only option to get around.

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Five Seasons in Soomaa National Park of Estonia

  1. 1. Fifth Season is Knocking on the Door Soomaa National Park in Estonia
  2. 2. Reason for regular floods in Soomaa is a combination of flat relief and many natural rivers
  3. 3. Soomaa floods almost every spring...
  4. 4. ... but sometimes it happens also in summer...
  5. 5. ... or autumn
  6. 6. Local people are used to floods, they call it a Fifth Season
  7. 7. For visitors it is an interesting time to discover Soomaa National Park
  8. 8. ...and experience paddling on the flooded meadows and forests
  9. 9. 9 greatest floods of last decade...
  10. 10. 9 2007 March + 2,95 metres
  11. 11. 8 2002 March + 3,05 metres
  12. 12. 7 1999 January + 3,20 m.
  13. 13. 6 2008 December + 3,28 metres
  14. 14. 5 2009 April + 3,49 metres
  15. 15. 4 2004 March + 3,59 m.
  16. 16. 3 2005 January + 3,84 metres
  17. 17. 2002 February 2 + 3,88 metres
  18. 18. 1999 April 1 + 4,37 m.
  19. 19. 2010 ?
  20. 20. Want to paddle on flooded meadows and woods? Send an email [email_address] Join http://www.facebook.com/soomaa.estonia
  21. 21. Want to experience Fifth Season? Follow: www.twitter.com/soomaa Call: +372 5061856 (Aivar Ruukel)
  22. 22. Thanks for pictures: Annika Haas, Assar Jõepera, Ljudmila Ruukel, Peeter Ernits, Tarmo Roop, Toomas Tuul, Urmas Luik Data was compiled by Algis Martsoo

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