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Hagelandse heuvelsroute

35.3 km • Lubbeek

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Sint-Martinuskerk, Dorpstraat, 3210 Lubbeek

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

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This hilly route takes you through the central part of the Hageland, where successive rows of hills, overgrown with forests, vineyards and fruit trees, define the landscape. In the humid valleys you now often find poplar plantations, where hay fields used to be, next to rich fields and green meadows. The Hof ter Meeren, the Bremberg farm, Kwadepoort farm and the castle of Attenrode are landmarks in the landscape.

The route contains some unpaved sections.
This route is offered by Tourism Flemish Brabant.

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This route has 4 review(s).
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Sunday, May 30, 2021 by Chris CuypersVery beautiful and quiet route with many hills and sometimes unpaved roads, but no problem with the electric bike. You pass the nice café where Eddy Merckx's grandparents lived. Highly recommended.
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Tuesday, March 30, 2021 by Guido LoriesHello, The beginning,we parked in the village of Lubbeek,there is a nice free parking.And from there started number 21.It is a hilly route,with lots of fruit trees. Ideal to make it a blossom route.Beware,there are field roads,and they are not so good. See you soon.
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Saturday, April 25, 2020 by A.V.Very nice route, but one with tough climbs.
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Saturday, August 6, 2016 by J.V.A route that at many times coincides with the Eddy Merckx route. Yet they are not comparable. The markings are not in good shape and 3 times I was glad I had a track on the GPS. Track is also not the same as the markings.
Definitely avoidable with a road bike due to the unpaved sections with large pits, sludge and large chunks of rock debris. This rock debris gave me a flat tire.
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