Hamminkeln nach Isselburg est un sentier de point à point de 20.0 kilomètres situé près de Hamminkeln, Rhénanie-du-Nord-Westphalie en Allemagne. Le sentier longe un lac et sa difficulté est évaluée comme modérée. Le sentier est principalement utilisé pour la randonnée, la marche et la course à pied.

Distance: 20.0 km Dénivelé: 267 m Type d'itinéraire: Point A à point B



course à pied


voie partiellement aménagée

parcours urbain

site historique

As easy as you were able to walk along the Issel in the previous stage, it is now so difficult. This is because the Issel is becoming wider and the dams for the reserve water are also becoming wider. The direct shore will then become more natural, but you will not be able to walk as well. What you notice is that there are now more places along the Issel, starting in Hamminkeln. It is just like all those German villages neatly raked. The villages are not as chic as in the Netherlands, but everything works and you see a lot of industrial activity everywhere. What you also see are the memorials of the German wars. Of course, the war suffered enormously here too. The signs show the names of the fallen (mainly) men who had to visit the front. The percentage of fallen here is a lot higher than ours. Was it not at the front, or because of the bombing of the Allies that caused many to die. You continue to search the Issel as good and as bad as you can and we pass the village of Loikum, which lay in the middle of the landing area of the Allies (Operation Varsity). Now it is quiet and with its 800 inhabitants it is the smallest village around Hamminkeln. Continue on to the next village: Werth. It was already there in 1260 and the Von Waldeckjes own the town. It is funny how many towns here are connected to the Dutch towns, because if the territory did not belong to the States, then always something or someone in the German language. Names like Heren Van Leck and Culemborgh were still around here. The old white town hall (Der Burg) looks beautiful with its shutters. You can walk underneath and return to the Issel. It is now only a short distance to Isselburg, it is the penultimate place before the Issel becomes IJssel. The castle has to wait a bit, because there is very little to experience in Isselburg.

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