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Ledebergwandeling

7.2 km • Roosdaal

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Ledebergdries, 1760 Pamel (Roosdaal)

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Hike through the village of Pamel to the hamlet of Kattem through the rolling Pajot landscape. The Ledeberg walk starts at the Borginon residence to go to the highest point of Roosdaal, the Kluisberg. During this hike, you can also visit the beautiful chapel of Saint Appolonia which serves as a parish church and you'll be able to enjoy some beautiful views along the way.

This walk is offered by Tourism Flemish Brabant.

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Monday, May 24, 2021 by K.V.Beautiful but a little too much asphalt for me....
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Friday, February 5, 2021 by Lieven FagotMostly on paved roads or paved trails, less than 1/3 of the hike is unpaved (boots recommended in rain). Quite a lot along built-up areas. If you take the extension (signposted) the walk becomes 8 km. Quite disappointed: in such a beautiful region one can make better walks, with more nature and less buildings.
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Thursday, December 31, 2020 by Dominique DelplancheVery green varied hike of just under 8 km. Many unpaved paths, so mud in rainy weather but you get through. Beautiful views. Surprising center with large school in such a small village.
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