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The Salantų Regional Park, located in Lithuania, is home to the Šauklių moraine – a genuine representation of Lithuanian tundra gifted by the ice age. 2 kilometres long, The Šauklių Boulder Educational Trail runs through the largest juniper forest in Lithuania, with a portion laid out using wooden planks.

You thought Lithuania doesn’t have any tundra areas, right? Well, think again! The Salantų Regional Park, located in Lithuania, is home to the Šauklių moraine – a genuine representation of Lithuanian tundra gifted by the ice age. This naturally formed terrain, established around 26,000 years ago, is strewn with boulders and covered in juniper shrubs, which can grow up to 6 metres tall. 2 kilometres long, The Šauklių Boulder Educational Trail runs through the largest juniper forest in Lithuania, with a portion laid out using wooden planks. Midway, there's a wooden observation tower, allowing visitors to admire the juniper-covered landscape from above. Part of the juniper forest area is enclosed because it is inhabited by mountain sheep that have been introduced to manage the shrubbery and preserve this unique location, given their cold resilience and non-picky diet.

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