8.1 km • Galmaarden
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Sint-Pauluskerk, Bakkerstraat, 1570 Vollezele (Galmaarden)
The route is fully signposted with nodes.
Panoramas trump this walk through the countryside around the village of Vollezele, named after the late pastor Aloïs Walgraeve. The views you get from the crest of the hill north of the village center invite you to enjoy them in silence. You walk past fields, meadows and orchards through the region of the Belgian draft horse. On the village square you will find the Museum of the Belgian draft horse that pays tribute to a rich past full of draft horses.
This walk is offered by Tourism Flemish Brabant.
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Monday, March 8, 2021 by P.L.Beautiful route, with the most beautiful panoramas the Pajottenland has to offer. Course mostly paved, very small part a bit muddy. Mostly no problem with baby carriage. Lots of free parking near the starting point at the church. Behind the museum at the church is a beautiful picnic area.
Sunday, October 11, 2020 by D.D.Very nice hike. Done on October 11. Varied small traffic-free asphalt lanes with narrow roadways. Most have a gravel or other form of pavement so that even in time of heavy rain it remains passable. Very nice views and lots of nature. Highly recommended. We will do it again
Friday, May 22, 2020 by Hendrik De TantHike done on Thursday 21/5/2020, very warm and sunny day. Very nice alternating paths and narrow roads, beautiful views and especially nice views from the plateau of the Congo Mountain. A must and definitely to be repeated.