Opende naar Haulerwijk est un sentier de point à point de 21.9 kilomètres situé près de Opende, Groningue en Pays-Bas. Le sentier vous présentera des fleurs sauvages et sa difficulté est évaluée comme facile. Le sentier offre plusieurs activités.

Distance: 21.9 km Dénivelé: 103 m Type d'itinéraire: Point A à point B





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site historique

Through three Provinces. As a final route through Friesland, you once again pass through the three Provinces of Friesland, Drenthe and Groningen. It is a varied route with every now and then a beautiful nature reserve. You start in Opende, which is in Groningen, but where Frisian is spoken. From here the first nature reserve Jilt Dijksheide. It is the last peat area in the Westerkwartier Groningen. Jilt was the last owner. You are allowed to walk past, but not through. It was already striking during the preparation of the route: straight paths south of this area. It turns out: old tram track of the NTM and later Dutch Railways. It was Philips in particular who wanted to maintain the connection between Drachten and Groningen for the supply of goods. After a lot of fuss, the unprofitable line was closed in 1985 to the great anger of various municipalities. All rails are broken open and replaced by bicycle and walking paths. From here you walk on straight paths to De Wilp. That is typically such a place that was founded for peat extraction. In De Wilp you can still find a kind of bridge monument that lay over the Wilpervaart. The speed has shifted. The walk leads past the three provincial point. Here lies the beautiful nature reserve Allardsoog and Mandeveld, where you can still find old graves and a Landeweer, which served to stop the looting gangs of Drenthe. You end up in Haulerwijk, another village that originated from the peat extraction. It is Frisian, but is close to Een, which is in Drenthe again.

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