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National Park de Meinweg

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National Park de Meinweg

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Solodam J wrote a review Feb 2021
Amsterdam, The Netherlands31239 contributions919 helpful votes
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The National Park de Meinweg is quite big area, accross the border, too and you can enter the park from different places. We decided to take a walk in the silence area of the park. It was very good as there was no one else except us. At this area dog must be on leash
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Date of experience: October 2020
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MLoeys wrote a review Aug 2020
Knokke-Heist, Belgium10 contributions
Thanks to our stay in Roermond we discovered this beautiful nature reserve. Highly recommended for cyclists and hikers. Certain zones are quiet zones and therefore forbidden for cars, motorcycles and mopeds. Very well signposted paths for cyclists and hikers.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Hermes_NL 🇳🇱 wrote a review May 2020
Amsterdam, The Netherlands19817 contributions40282 helpful votes
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Despite the recent heather fires, the Meinweg is a pleasant park to visit for hiking and relaxation. Departing from the parking lot, one can walk next to the former Iron Rhine railway which has been abandoned, and will reach the view tower after maybe 20 minutes. The tower affords great views of the heather, which has kind of an eerie beauty now blackened by fire. Walking further into the park, one can reach the border between the Netherlands and Germany which is formed partially by the fairly scenic Buschbach brook.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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ritatjemkes wrote a review Dec 2019
Amsterdam, The Netherlands84 contributions5 helpful votes
On a sunny autumn sunday we had a nice walk in the woods. It’s a huge national park of which the largest part is situated in Germany. However, we walked a couple of hours and even didn’t see a very large part in the Netherlands. It was quiet and nice.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Dennis C wrote a review Sep 2019
Roermond, The Netherlands297 contributions79 helpful votes
Great national park, manly woodlands and heather. Good walks, a couple of places to eat. Very big area. Good all year
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Date of experience: November 2018
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