Kiersche Wijde walking route

  • Type

    Wandelen
  • Distance

    14.7 km
  • Period

    3:40
  • Intersection

    14
  • Places

    4

Ausgangspunkt

Die Wanderroute folgt dem Wandernetzwerk. Man kann die Route im Prinzip an jedem beliebigen Punkt entlang der Strecke beginnen. Ein schöner Startpunkt für diese Route ist das Dorfhaus De Wanne in Wanneperveen (Dorpshuisstraat 2). An der Nordseite des Parkplatzes befindet sich der Knotenpunkt C40. Von hier aus folgt man den farbigen Wegweisern gemäß der Beschreibung in Richtung des nächsten Wanderknotenpunkts. Von hier aus nimmt man C40 grün in nordöstlicher Richtung.

Zugänglichkeit

Kolophon

Starting point

The walking route follows the walking network, so you can join anywhere along this route. A great departure point for this route is De Wanne village hall in Wanneperveen (Dorpshuisstraat 2). You will find route marker C40 on the northside of the car park. From here, follow the coloured route arrows as shown on the infostrip towards the next marker. For this route: in a north-easterly direction from C40 green.

  1. Wanneperveen

    Wanneperveen

    Moving villages do exist. Once peat cutters had collected all the peat from an area, they would slowly move further away. Villages relocated along with them or grew into a ribbon settlement like Wanneperveen. This water sports village is the perfect spot for a culinary stopover.

  2. Wieden vista

    Wieden vista

    The height of no less than 9 metres offers amazing views towards ‘t Eiland, with its patterns of ponds and islands formed by dredging peat. The many birds complete the vibrant scene.

  3. Floating land

    Floating land

    Walking on water: it is possible in this unique area. In many places around the Weerribben-Wieden, water plants such as water pineapple formed a layer. Eventually this became so thick that it made it possible to walk on water. A unique experience.

  4. A glimpse behind the scenes

    A glimpse behind the scenes

    A glimpse behind the scenes! One of the expressions originating from the world of decoys and decoy men, as is ‘de pijp uitgaan’ (to croak). The area with many duck decoys once upon a time. Hardly any people were allowed anywhere near decoys like this - nature could be nature, uni.