On the bank of the river Linkava, there peacefully lies a huge boulder with a spectacular name Rapolas. Although according to the Lithuanian fairy tales, such stones were dropped at one or another place by the Devil, they were brought to Lithuania by a much more powerful force – the glacier. For this reason, such stones are called boulders. Due to its spectacular size: 14.54 m in length, 2.55 in height, 5.14 m in length and 4.18 m in width, in 1964 it has been announced as a natural monument. It is believed that the unusual name was given to the stone according to the name of the local farmer who lived nearby.
Drop by to say “hello” to the stone Rapolas, peacefully enjoying the burbling water of the Linkava River. Next to it you can also see the animals, living in the paddock of Krekenava Forestry. Walk along the slopes of the Linkava River Valley, liked by the poet Maironis, and find out more about the work of a forestry officer in the nearby cognitive-educational "Woodman’s Trail".
The Stone Rapolas can be visited all year round at any time of the day. You can find it following the sign direction "Stone Rapolas" on the road Krekenava-Ramygala.