Spakenburg naar Hilversum (Kievitsdal) est un sentier de point à point de 23.0 kilomètres situé près de Bunschoten-Spakenburg, Utrecht en Pays-Bas. Le sentier longe un lac et sa difficulté est évaluée comme facile. Le sentier offre plusieurs activités.

Distance: 23.0 km Dénivelé: 142 m Type d'itinéraire: Point A à point B

randonnée

balade

ornithologie

lac

voie partiellement aménagée

vue panoramique

faune

site historique

Barathon

From Grass to Border. If you didn't know better, you would think that Spakenburg played in the Eredivisie, that is how beautiful the football stadium of the IJsselmeervogels football club playing in the highest division of the Saturday amateurs. The walk of this route runs straight through the Eem Valley via dikes and dikes. Because it is all so flat you can see all around you the highways, windmills and spiers of surrounding places such as Blaricum (richest municipality of NL with highest municipal taxes), Laren, Eemnes and Spakenburg. But the heart remains green with the highlight: the feather over the Eem and the Zomerdijkje that is surrounded by small wheels as a result of the many dyke breaches over the centuries. The dike also takes you back to De Grens. Now with North Holland. Het Gooi to be even more precise. There are 23 border posts from Huizen to Loosdrecht. The border has been around since 1342 and became definitive in 1352 after border conflicts between the bishop of Utrecht and the lords of Holland (Jan van Arkel). The Leeuwenpaal to the north of Blaricum determined the eastern border by drawing a line to the Utrecht cathedral tower (which you saw everywhere). Staggered streams sometimes deviated from the straight line, but in general this is correct. In a beautiful site its history is told about every pole. The oldest dates from 1719. The rest were stolen, broken and later replaced by replicas. It is striking how the stilt road winds its way through the municipalities of Laren and Eemnes as an unpaved path.

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