Tijd  3 uur 25 minuten

Coördinaten 1523

Geüpload 8 december 2018

Uitgevoerd december 2018

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39 m
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13,81 km

130 maal bekeken, 13 maal gedownload

nabij Nieuw-Reemst, Gelderland (Nederland)

We followed the track of Trage Tocht Mossel and Hindekamp as displayed on www.wandelzoekpagina.nl and noticed that it partially follows the signs of Klompenpad Kreelsepad. Here you can find more information about this track: https://klompenpaden.nl/klompenpad/kreelsepad/
Towards the very end of our walk, it appeared that near the parking space this actually is the starting point for this 14 km "klompenpad" walk.

Having done a number of "klompenpaden", it acually is less of a "klompenpad" than the usual ones. This track crosses heathlands, moorland and sand drifts as well as forests.

All in all, a very rewarding walk with various landscapes to cross.

Note that the track is partially on military exercise grounds. A minor part of the walk is along broad and sandy tracks which are apparently used by military vehicles. During our walk we were surprised by helicopters flying overhead transporting all kinds of equipment.
parkeren

Parking space

Building of interest

Sheepfold

Vogelen spot

Observation point

Picknick

Picknick stones Mosselse Pad

Kruispunt

Kruising Mosselse pad en Mosse

Waypoint

Mossel

parkeren

Opstappunt Kreelsepad

Nice play area for children in Mossel.
Informatie

Natuurcentrum Veluwe

Here is the start and display of Klompenpad Kreelsepad.

2 commentaren

  • Marc Dahmen 10-mei-2020

    Helft van de wandeling volgt een fietspad zonder voetpad ernaast wat heel irritant is omdat je continue voor fietsers aan de kant moet

  • Foto van janetraveller

    janetraveller 10-mei-2020

    Thank you for your comment Marc Dahmen. In retrospect, I don’t seem to remember this particular detail of the cycle track. As I recorded this walk at the beginning of December there may have been fewer cyclists en route.
    As far as I can remember the area was quite deserted, except for a few people at the car park. It’s good to know though, thanks for sharing your experience.