Leek naar Paterswolde est un sentier de point à point de 21.2 kilomètres situé près de Leek, Drenthe en Pays-Bas. Le sentier longe un lac et sa difficulté est évaluée comme facile. Le sentier est principalement utilisé pour la randonnée, la marche et la course à pied.

Distance: 21.2 km Dénivelé: 108 m Type d'itinéraire: Point A à point B



course à pied


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The Onlands. A tour that goes through the Kop van Drenthe and which starts in Leek (Groningen). You walk all the way around the Nienoord estate. The corresponding house is still there and dates from the 19th century. The old deposit from the 16th century has disappeared. Now there is a carriage museum and that is entirely in keeping with the character of Leek, because it is full of horse breeders here. You are just touching the Leekstermeer, which is in Drenthe and is the largest in Drenthe. Water sports so. The Kop van Drenthe is one large nature reserve with this lake, which is being completely redesigned at the moment. A new name has also been given: De Onlanden. The area covers 2500 hectares, of which 1700ha for water storage. You walk on new (especially bicycle) paths, new bridges and often new dug ditches. The total is impressive and forms a nice basis for many bird species: reed singers, snip. Several paths have disappeared, so it was a bit of a search for a good passage (the Onlandse dijk is still there and good to walk). On the north side, the area is bordered by the A7. You are forced to walk a few km along here, the southwards are fine. There are peat areas and many views. The Eelderdiep is a beautifully preserved meandering river that you cannot reach. The Verlegde (dug) Eelderdiep can be walked. You come here along the Ter Borch district, around which complete waterworks have been laid. From the Madijk you walk on the cycle path through the waters to arrive in Paterswolde-Eelde. The Groningen people prefer to live here, because nature is beautiful and you can do water sports here.

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