Dreef naar Minderhout est un sentier de point à point de 18.8 kilomètres situé près de Galder, Brabant-Septentrional 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: 18.8 km Dénivelé: 100 m Type d'itinéraire: Point A à point B




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The Land of the Mark. A walk along a bizarre border. Here's brabant at its narrowest. It is also the only area where the Dutch have the Belgians as northern neighbors and vice versa. The most border here is formed by the river Mark and Merkske (so small mark). They wind themselves endlessly through the landscape and in this way form a beautiful nature area: The Land of the Mark. The border is erratic, but the next walk shows that things can get worse. The Flemish part in Belgium falls under the municipality of Hoogstraten. It is difficult to separate all those places: Meer, Meersel, Meerle-Dreef. From the main river the Mark we pass the forests of Elsakker and Leembeek. Completely deserted areas that are too small to get lost. Via a narrow forest (Gouverneursbossen) we arrive in Hal. A Belgian hamlet with a chapel. From here we cross Merkske to the Netherlands. This Dutch area, that remarkable point, is actually a nature reserve. It is completely oriented to Hoogstraten and contains a hamlet as its capital: Castelre. From this place you can make beautiful walks through the land of the Mark. The route ends via a crossing of the Mark in Belgian Minderhout. All those places form a long ribbon of habitation around the border (Meer, Beek, Minderhout, Hoogstraten, Wortel). Finally, something about transport: Buses are going, but via Antwerp and Turnhout it will be quite a puzzle to get here or away. The bell bus is an option, or the bicycle in good weather.

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