Nature reserve Seda Bog (“Sedas purvs’) is an almost uninhabited area. As a result of peat extraction, a peculiar cultural landscape has emerged here, consisting of peat extraction fields, bog ponds and a narrow-gauge railway, which is used for peat extraction. You can get acquainted with the riches of Seda Bog by following the marked walking route, which consists of two separate circles – Jērcēni circle (4.5 km, GPS 57.7055987, 25.7001324) and Seda circle (4.1 km, GPS 57.6699587, 25.7514815 ). The two laps of the route can be combined by walking an additional 2.5 km.
There are two observation towers in the bog to observe the typical cultural landscape here. One of them can be reached from Jērcēni parish, the other from the town of Seda. A recreation place with a table, benches and a fireplace has been created on the Jērcēni side circle route.
Representation of Seda Bog routes on the map HERE
In the bog ponds it is possible to fish from a boat or go on a recreational trip with it. The Laidavas farm provides rental of boats, SUP boards and sauna barrels, as well as filming with drones.