Muiden naar Huizen est un sentier de point à point de 21.9 kilomètres situé près de Muiden, North Holland 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: 21.9 km Dénivelé: 234 m Type d'itinéraire: Point A à point B




voie partiellement aménagée


vue panoramique

fleurs sauvages


site historique


Along Veste and Kasteel. The walk through Noord-Holland is a very clean one, because it leads along beautiful unpaved paths, a castle and a fortress. The walk starts in Diemen and leads us directly along the IJsselmeer, where you can see Fort Pampus. The fort was part of the Amsterdam position and you can go there by boat. You see the A1 highway further and further removed as the Muiderslot gets closer. It is a watery castle at the mouth of the Vecht. Floris V hung a chain over it to be able to levy toll on the ships passing by. As history says, he was murdered by his own squire, Gerard van Velsen, on June 27, 1296. No preferences in that time either. In the 16th century the castle was the model of Dutch lighting under the leadership of Piet Cornelis Hooft, who was drost van Muiden and lived on the castle. Every now and then his friends such as Christiaan Huygens, Joost van den Vondel, Bredero came by for a glass of wine and because the Muiderslot had beautiful fruit trees, they wished each other goodbye "until the plum period". The castle has fallen into disrepair and has become completely uninhabitable among the French (as usual). In the nick of time, the castle was saved by William I in 1825 for complete demolition. The castle was not restored until 1895. After the castle, continue along the IJsselmeer and via the sea dike and arrive at one of the best preserved fortified cities in Europe: Naarden. The walk along the bastions and ravelins is impressive, while within the city walls is the Sint Vitus church, where the Matthew Passion is performed every year, and where you as an important politician should not be missing. In Naarden you will also find a real Mausoleum, where Comenius is buried. It is one of the most important didactics in the Netherlands who ensured that Latin was linked to other subjects. Because he was a Moravian, the Czechs bought his Mausoleum, and he is still regarded by those people as a national hero. Incidentally, he is buried in Naarden because there was no eld enough in Amsterdam to put him there. The walk leads from Naarden past a golf course and through a wooded nature area towards Gooimeer. The ground has changed to sandy soils and now walk through the foothills of the glaciers of the time. Arrive in Huizen, originally a fishing village, where the home industry nevertheless prevailed. Although the weapon would suspect livestock breeding, it has remained a household industry, the ground was very poor for that.

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