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Pauline van der Waal
 

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Hi! Ik ben Pauline van der Waal en Collection Editor voor Komoot. Ik neem je mee op de leukste hikes binnen de Nederlandse grenzen én daarbuiten. Ik hou zelf van wandelen met een doel, dus ik zorg dat er in mijn hikes genoeg te zien en te beleven valt. Ga je mee?

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304 km

Tiempo en movimiento

57:39 h

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  1. Pauline van der Waal hizo una caminata.

    Hace 2 días

    03:44
    17,8 km
    4,8 km/h
    690 m
    1.150 m
    A Katja, Kalle y 18 más les gusta.
  2. Pauline van der Waal hizo una caminata.

    Hace 3 días

    05:06
    16,3 km
    3,2 km/h
    870 m
    890 m
    A Yashodhar Arun Mahajan, maR y 27 más les gusta.
    1. Jef

      Top👍👍

      • Hace 3 días

  3. Pauline van der Waal y J Loves to Travel hicieron una caminata.

    Hace 4 días

    07:08
    27,1 km
    3,8 km/h
    1.230 m
    790 m
    A Katja, christian y 22 más les gusta.
    1. Katja

      27 km !!! Respect👌

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      • Hace 4 días

  4. Pauline van der Waal y J Loves to Travel hicieron una caminata.

    Hace 5 días

    02:47
    11,3 km
    4,1 km/h
    260 m
    430 m
    A Conny Maus, Gerrie Verberne y 34 más les gusta.
    1. Peter Ockeloen

      Super nice and very challenging hike!!

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      • Hace 4 días

  5. Pauline van der Waal planificó una caminata.

    14 de mayo de 2021

    1. Pauline van der Waal

      The fifteenth stage is the last stage on which the Dutch Pilgrim Path in Belgium connects to the roads towards Santiago de Compostela in northwestern Spain.From Mesch, which is just in the Netherlands, you leave in a southerly direction. After a few hundred meters you cross the border with Belgium. Borcht Castle is located on the edge of the village of Berneau.You then cross the railway and walk in the direction of Dalhem. The landscape around Dalhem is beautiful and you can enjoy a beautiful view over the hilly country.Be sure to stop at Dalhem Castle. You imagine yourself here in the Middle Ages, but appearances can be deceiving. This castle dates back to 1914, but was built in a style from a few hundred years earlier.Today's stage ends in Visé, on the banks of the Meuse. In other words, la Meuse, as the river is called in French. Do you finish here and take the train back to Dutch territory, or do you start and your end point is in Santiago?

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      • 27 de mayo de 2021

  6. Pauline van der Waal planificó una caminata.

    14 de mayo de 2021

    1. Pauline van der Waal

      Stage number 14 does not connect directly to the thirteenth stage of the Pilgrimspad. The start is not in Maastricht - the end point of the Pilgrimspad - but starts in Cadier en Keer. You got through that during the previous stage, just before you set course for Maastricht. With stages 14 and 15 you join the route towards Santiago de Compostela.You leave in a southerly direction to Gronsveld or "Groéselt", as this place is called in Limburg. From the Riesenberg you have a beautiful view of the lower valley.The route follows the paths in the Savelsbos. The forest has many very steep slopes with height differences from 70 meters to 125 meters above sea level with many stairways. Along the way you will see the remains of the gravel quarry.Just before the end you have a beautiful view over the Maasdal and you can see Eijsden, the ENCI factory and Maastricht. The stage ends after about 15 kilometers at one of the oldest churches in the Netherlands, the Pancratiuskerk in Mesch.

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      • 27 de mayo de 2021

  7. Pauline van der Waal planificó una caminata.

    14 de mayo de 2021

    1. Pauline van der Waal

      Despite the fact that this collection has fifteen stages, the thirteenth stage is actually the last of the Pilgrim's Path. This concludes the long-distance walk in beautiful Maastricht. If you want to go a bit further or connect to the roads to Santiago de Compostela, you also walk stages 14 and 15.From the starting point in Schin op Geul you follow the course of the eponymous and meandering river Geul. You walk along the railway, after which you cross the Geul and arrive at Castle Genhoes. For the connoisseur, delicious pastries are available in the brasserie.A little further on, the Sint-Jansboskapel is beautifully situated in the landscape. Take a seat on the bench and muse in silence for a few minutes to take in the surroundings.Then you walk through the Gerendal, one of the most beautiful valleys in South Limburg. The hilly country feels un-Dutch. At Juliana quarry and Koeberg quarry you can see the consequences of limestone extraction from the first half of the last century.You will cross Cadier en Keer and you will already see Maastricht. Via the east side of the city you cross the Maas via the Sint-Servaasbrug. The Dominican bookshop in the city is well worth a visit. This beautiful church has been converted into a bookshop, probably the most beautiful in the Netherlands. This stage ends on the famous Vrijthof, where you can chat about your trip while enjoying a Limburg beer. Of course you can easily return home by train, but even if you have not planned a next stage, an overnight stay in this beautiful city is a good idea.

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      • 27 de mayo de 2021

  8. Pauline van der Waal planificó una caminata.

    14 de mayo de 2021

    A Edzo Boven y Ronald les gusta esto.
    1. Pauline van der Waal

      It may feel a bit unnatural. The first eleven legs of the Pilgrim's Trail ran almost due south. This twelfth stage turns in a northerly direction: from Gulpen to Schin op Geul. Don't get confused, it really makes sense.From Gulpen you follow the route towards Kasteel Wijlre. The castle is located on the Geul and is private property, but you can visit this beautiful place. The park is accessible for a fee, as is the building itself, which regularly hosts exhibitions.If you are looking for a different outing, stop at the Brand Brewery which is a stone's throw away. This oldest brewery in the Netherlands offers various packages and beer tastings. You can linger here for a while, because today's stage is only short. After the brewery it is only 4 kilometers to the end point.Via the Mill of Otten and the beautiful Geul Valley, your walk ends today at the Sint-Mauritius Church in Schin op Geul. From here you can take the slow train to Maastricht.

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      • 27 de mayo de 2021

  9. Pauline van der Waal planificó una caminata.

    14 de mayo de 2021

    A Edzo Boven le gusta esto.
    1. Pauline van der Waal

      The eleventh stage of the Pilgrimspad takes you from Nuth to Gulpen, which means that you are in the middle of the Limburg hills. In addition to the 23 kilometers that this route is long, you also make quite a few vertical meters.Between Nuth and Voerendaal you will come across two chapels, the Isidorus Chapel and the Maria Chapel or Our Lady Immaculate Conception Chapel. The first is still very new: this chapel has only been in existence since the year 2000. Proof that the Catholic faith in Limburg is still very much alive today.After about 10 kilometers you are in Voerendaal and almost half way. Maybe a good time for a break, or postpone it until you reach the Bernardushoeve, which is a few kilometers away. You pass the beautiful castle Cortenbach. Unfortunately, the castle is privately owned and you cannot visit it.In Limburg, wine is nowadays produced on a nice scale with grapes from local vineyards. One of these is Domaine Salamander, which lies along today's route. From here it is just over a kilometer to today's end point, Gulpen. Because of the Gulpener Brewery, this place is not so well known for wine, but even more for beer. Gulpen does not have a train station, the bus will take you to Maastricht station in half an hour.

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      • 27 de mayo de 2021

  10. Pauline van der Waal planificó una caminata.

    14 de mayo de 2021

    A Edzo Boven y Pieter les gusta esto.
    1. Pauline van der Waal

      The tenth stage of the Pilgrim's Path lives up to its name; there are plenty of religious points along the route. This already begins with the Basilica of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart on the Oude Markt in the center of Sittard, which was the first church in the Netherlands to be elevated to a basilica by the Pope in 1883.Soon after, you will come to the Seven Footfalls. This is a path through images of the suffering of Christ. It is clear that you are in the middle of Catholic Limburg. At the top of this short Stations of the Cross you come to the Saint Rosa's Chapel from 1675, the patron saint of the city. Its namesake is Rosa de Lima, the first South American beatified person, who was invoked by the residents of Sittard when there was a dysentery epidemic.From the Kollenberg you have a beautiful view of the surrounding land and a little later you are walking less than 100 meters from the German border. Just before crossing the road, turn right.From Windraak, the path twists and turns to the south, until you reach Castle Terborgh. This national monument - as well as the adjacent watermill - is also called Huis Schinnen.A little further on is the "peeping wall", perfect for peeking into the surrounding nature. Hide behind the wall and wait to see what you see. From here you follow the route to Nuth, after a total of about 17 kilometers the end point of today. Continuing to the station will cost you about an extra kilometer.

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      • 27 de mayo de 2021

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