Zevenaar naar Arnhem est un sentier de point à point de 21.1 kilomètres situé près de Zevenaar, Gueldre en Pays-Bas. Le sentier longe une rivière et sa difficulté est évaluée comme modérée. Le sentier est principalement utilisé pour la randonnée et la marche.

Distance: 21.1 km Dénivelé: 131 m Type d'itinéraire: Point A à point B




parcours urbain

site historique

This route first sets out along the stalks to the Pannerdens canal. You then walk around the Jesuits wind. It is a wheel that originated in 1753 after a major storm and in 1799 it was completely over with the village of Leuven, which was also called Lofna in the past. It is one of the many drowned villages that have disappeared here due to flooding. You also pass the Betuwe line, which passes through a tunnel under the Pannerdenskanaal. You will be forced to walk a bit past it, but then will come to the last part of the line: De Loowaard. You can walk beautifully and Huize Loowaard (a havezate) is beautifully situated. Many Roman stones have come up, on the basis of which some claim that there would have been a castellum. Via the Looveer you will cross over to Huissen. It is an ancient village that later lies as a Catholic enclave among all those Protestant villages. Via the recreation site Zwanewater, you will walk to the point where the Pannerdenskanaal changes into the navigable Lower Rhine. Here is also the new IJssel that has been dug here to connect Arnhem with the Hanze. Here you can walk beautifully through the values to the Sacharov bridge to approach Arnhem. Via a cycle path you will come to a kind of recreational value (Bakenhof), where the people of Arnhem can cycle and walk. It is a beautiful walk. You will now walk straight through the floodplain to the John Frost Bridge. There was a huge fight here in WWII. It was this bridge that formed the drama for the Allies who could not have conquered it from the Germans in late 1944. You will now cross this historic bridge. Next you can go to the museum "The Battle of Arnhem", it is at the foot. You will walk through Arnhem via the Rijnkade. That quay remains messy, like the entire city, with the central station as the top of all dozens! still a mess for years. With its many green parks, Arnhem on the north side is beautiful. After all, it can't help it being so devastated. But it remains special that such an Eusebius tower always has to be built.

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