Jägala juga talvesümfoonias

Jägala waterfall is a powerful sight in all seasons

Jägala waterfall is about 8 meters high and the widest natural waterfall in Estonia.

After the waterfall, the Jägala River flows to meet the Jõelähtme River and then through the Jägala hydroelectric power plant to the sea.

On the penultimate weekend of February, quite a lot of people were exploring Jägala Waterfall to see the still frozen waterfall.

Recommendation: drive to the car park, there are often places there even when the roadside is full of cars.

Jägala juga ja jäätükid
Jägala juga talvel
Jägala juga vaatamas