Mill Creek bike trail

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33.6 km • Herzele

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Markt 1, 9550 Herzele

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Cycle in and around Herzele and Erpe-Mere and cross the border region of the Flemish Ardennes and the Dender region. Discover a rolling creek landscape, with beautiful views atop the hills. There are numerous windmills in the wide area.

The Molenbeek bicycle route is offered to you by Routen, an initiative of Tourism East Flanders.

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This route has 7 review(s).
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Friday, June 12, 2020 by J.V.Very nice bike route through Haaltert, Herzele and Erpe-Mere! The signage is not always clear. At some intersections there are no signs.
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Sunday, May 10, 2020 by I.V.Very nice bike route! Highly recommended. Cycled in May.
Some signs hang left instead of right which is a bit confusing.

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Tuesday, October 22, 2019 by J.S.Very nice route. You pass the cleanest places in Aaigem and Herzele. Very nice route for with the race bike, until when you suddenly get on unpaved roads.... Piece in Landlede in Haaltert for example is terrible with a racing bike. Unless you really like the Strade Bianchi.
(Route done in autumn so some parts are probably muddy compared to summer, but still...)
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Sunday, August 19, 2018 by Yvan Van hauwermeirenA very nice tour!!! it is as beschren!Me and Marc polfliet enjoyed it! And also well marked with alomfamiliar signs!!! highly recommended for the cycling enthusiast!!!
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Sunday, March 26, 2017 by E.B.Beautiful route, typical Flemish landscape, some nice old mills are along the route.

Most of the route is on paved paths, a small part is unpaved (these are actually the most beautiful parts).

Here and there the signage is not good. Had to drive back a few times.

Highly recommended.
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Tuesday, November 15, 2016 by R.V.Very nice route, quiet roads, beautiful forest trails, in good weather doable with city bike, after rain it is recommended to still ride a mtb or cyclocross bike!
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Wednesday, July 27, 2016 by P.V.In Haaltert they send you on unpaved roads: pits, pebbles, cobbles. This is definitely not conducive with race bike!!! A piece on the route( around Burst) road works where the signposts are taken away. Why don't they put them back!? Too bad, because otherwise this route is worth it!
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