Spakenburg naar Harderwijk est un sentier de point à point de 23.5 kilomètres situé près de Bunschoten-Spakenburg, Utrecht en Pays-Bas. Le sentier longe une rivière et sa difficulté est évaluée comme facile. Le sentier est principalement utilisé pour la randonnée et la marche.

Distance: 23.5 km Dénivelé: 189 m Type d'itinéraire: Point A à point B



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Beaches along the Zuiderzee. A real walk to get a breath of fresh air, because the route runs mainly on a narrow cycle path along the "zuiderzeedijk" and the landscaped beaches of Nulde and Horst. In 1916, when another storm broke the dikes, people thought it was enough. The Afsluitdijk (since 1932) was to be built and the fishing villages on the Zuiderzee became rustic villages on the IJsselmeer. After the reclamation of Flevoland, the randmeren were created: Het Nauw van Nijkerk and Nulde. They are now nature reserves with countless numbers of followers, so take the binoculars with you. We pass a Museum Steam pumping station by Hertog Reijnoot, which has served for 100 years and is still working. The A28 joins the route approximately halfway along the route. If you keep walking close enough to the water, the noise is not too bad. Strand Horst is an exact copy of Strand Nulde, but the views over the wider edge lake are beautiful. We arrive in Harderwijk, where once one of the oldest universities in the Netherlands was established (1648-1811). Harderwijk was traditionally a Hanseatic city and important for trade. It has many monumental buildings that many tourists can enjoy.

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