Toeristische Weg

This is the "Toeristische Weg" in the Tenhaagdoornheide domain. It's a nice peaceful place to cycle, take a walk, rollerblade or even hit a ball at the nearby golf course in the woods.

Since begin October 2010 they started to scrape half of this main road and refill the other half of the road with soil in benefit of nature.

Copyright: Dirk De Smet
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10388x5194
Taken: 18/12/2010
Uploaded: 21/12/2010
Updated: 14/08/2014


Tags: winter; snow; road; woods; nature reserve; tenhaagdoornheide; houthalen-helchteren
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