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42.2 km • Herne

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Parking gemeentehuis, Centrum, 1540 Herne

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© vlaanderen-fietsland.be - Eddy Theys (Auteur)

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This route takes its name from the stream The Mark (Marcq) which flows into the Dender. From the center of Herne you cycle through a hilly landscape to Galmaarden, with here and there a Brabant draught horse in the meadow. The route continues towards Bever and then to flirt with the border of Wallonia. Typical of this region are the many farms and chapels that "paint" the landscape.

This route is offered by Tourism Flemish Brabant.

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This route has 7 review(s).
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Wednesday, August 10, 2022 by Philippe MetelmannNice route. Signage is definitely in order at the moment (route done on 10/08/2022). Encountered plenty of bistros along the way.
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Tuesday, April 27, 2021 by P.R.Beautiful scenery, very quiet roads. Much more pleasant driving than along rivers where crowding has increased a lot lately. All signs were present and well visible. And highly recommended!
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Monday, November 4, 2019 by Martine NEIRINCKXHighly recommended, beautiful scenery and roads. It was a super trip . Best to bring drinks because it is dry along the way.
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Sunday, September 15, 2019 by B.D.Signage may need to be revisited/renewed.
Not clear everywhere.
At the end a lot of 'toerkes'.
Very beautiful surroundings.
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Friday, May 25, 2018 by F.V.Beautiful route but not rideable without GPS. Numerous signs are missing.
With GPS however a super ride. Hilly and sometimes tough but for an experienced cyclist and especially with an e-bike certainly doable.
Not many places to drink along the way so it is best to take some liquid provisions with you. It is recommended to stop every now and then to contemplate the surroundings.
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Thursday, May 11, 2017 by L.D.Indeed, as a previous cyclist pointed out, a very nice cycling route, slightly undulating on quiet roads. Signage on the descent of the congoberg is no longer there. Just that signs Signs should be cleaned once.
Gr, ldh

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Sunday, April 9, 2017 by J.D.very nice bike route , to start the cycling year , quiet roads ideal .

One minus point the signs are not clear,
should be cleaned .......

with the GPX was OK

Greetings José

PS ; will add three more pictures
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