Leuth naar Plasmolen est un sentier de point à point de 23.7 kilomètres situé près de Leuth, Gueldre en Pays-Bas. Le sentier longe un lac et sa difficulté est évaluée comme facile. Le sentier est principalement utilisé pour la randonnée et la marche.

Distance: 23.7 km Dénivelé: 193 m Type d'itinéraire: Point A à point B




voie partiellement aménagée


vue panoramique

fleurs sauvages


site historique

A stage with purely highlights that takes us from the catchment area of the Rhine to that of the Meuse. If you leave from Leuth you will see the dam walls appear in the south. But first you have to go through the moist area of the Rhine delta through all kinds of drainage channels and the Wylermeer, which is located in both NL and D. It is easy to guess that the Romans liked to be here. Good strategic place. If you stand in Beek at the foot of the Duivelsberg, it is still quite a climb for a Dutchman, but then you also have something. You are on the foundations of the Mergelp. A fortress from the Middle Ages, where you had a good view of the Duffelt (Rhine delta). It used to be German territory and is one of the few areas that were not returned to the Germans after WWII. Apparently it was thought it was too beautiful. The castle also houses the history of Adela of Hamaland, who for years fought a fight with her sister Lutgard about an inheritance issue, in which the sister, as abbess of the Elten pen, had inherited a disproportionately large part. You have that when father Wichman van Hamaland is converted to faith and has his castle converted into a marker. Adela was so keen on the issue that murder was not a homicide. It was therefore about large pieces from Utrecht and Gelderland. After De Duivelsberg the route leads through the rural hills to the east of Groesbeek, where you walk a bit on the old Nijmegen-Kleef railway line. Choose the Bruuk. A 100 ha small swamp area where the seepage water from the hills keeps things wet. You will find orchids and you have a beautiful view over the blue grass. After this nature reserve it is almost over with the German border. Visit the last German place: Grafwegen. In Germany it is so remote that they have just connected it to the Dutch natural gas network. Then walk through the woods to the borders of Germany, Limburg and Gelderland. The Limburg border runs here in such a way that the Neutraleweg is still in Limburg. This results in a strip of Limburg of 400x10 meters. In any case, it is a mess with that border, because the old garrison place Mook is already on such a tip. This does not affect the fact that you have gone through all those hills to the river basin of the Maas. You are at the foot of St Jansberg, a beautiful nature reserve, where our route ends along a path that leads along a clear stream. This area is a typical example of a dam landscape from the Riss ice age with many streams and springs and beautiful paths.

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