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Lippelobos hiking trail

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8.9 km • Buggenhout

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Dries 65, 9255 Opdorp

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The Dries van Opdorp is the largest and one of the most beautiful in our country. From Dries van opdorp you step into the Lippelobos, grown around the castle 'Hof te Melis'. The geographical center of Flanders can be found near KP 92.

TheLippelobos walking routeis offered to you byRouten, an initiative of Tourism East Flanders.

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This route has 7 review(s).
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Thursday, March 24, 2022 by Yvette ThysSnertroute, concrete,concrete and more concrete. Has nothing to do with forest. Not worth repeating. Only our dogs' nails were worn off. Pf...
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Sunday, January 16, 2022 by Hilde VdVFun and varied hike with only about 10 meters of mud. The view of the castle and ice cellar are an added bonus. There are numerous streams, ponds and rhododendrons in the forest. Must be beautiful when these bloom. Locally some buzzing from high voltage wires, but not a nuisance.
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Tuesday, April 13, 2021 by Karin van de VenSaturday had rained all day, Sunday no option to walk in the woods but this route is a nice alternative. Good hiking. Nice to see center of Flanders and castle. At end is a forest created this year in sign of corona; The turning point forest. Will be in a few years a place to pause the time we now live in
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Tuesday, November 3, 2020 by K.V.Too bad this is described as a hike through lippelo forest. There is hardly any forest to be seen on this hike and we were bothered a lot by traffic. Not worth repeating. Too bad.
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Monday, June 1, 2020 by F.B.Hike starts nicely through field roads and forest. But the busy lane after passing the castle of Lippelo was a big minus. (No footpath.) Once out of the forest it's more little concrete lanes than nice green field lanes.
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Sunday, May 31, 2020 by Liesbet De WolfVery beautiful.
Alternation field / forest
Well maintained roads, no bother cars or cyclists
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Sunday, May 10, 2020 by P.D.Variety : fields, forest, neighborhoods. Beautiful!
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