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Thornhammeke hiking trail

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5.6 km • De Pinte

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Dorp, 9840 Zevergem, Belgium

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A remarkable hiking route in the Leie region, along the Scheldt. The Doornhammeke is a Scheldemeander, known as a fishing water and nature reserve. Obligatory stops: the stately causeway at the castle of Welden and the pretty hamlet of Zevergem, one of the oldest primal villages along the Scheldt.

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

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Monday, January 30, 2023 by C.C.Nice hike, highly recommended!
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Monday, May 24, 2021 by Ben PhilipsStart at Zevergem church at the walk sign. Well signposted and 80% paved paths. The remaining paths are good to very good and in dry weather also doable with baby carriage and wheelchair. Quiet environment with a stretch on the dike where there can be some bicycle traffic on weekends. Quiet and beautiful. Distance correct 5.6 km.
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