Oss - North Brabant - The Netherlands
Hiking route 1015948
Provided by: Visit Brabant
The Maas is peaceful during your walk from Kessel to Lith. But appearances can be deceiving. From an Iron Age sacrificial site to a Roman temple, the calm water surface has a turbulent history. You can recognize traces of water everywhere, as long as you know where to look.
The Zuiderwaterlinie is the oldest, longest and most used of all Dutch waterlines. A unique chain of 11 fortified towns and their environs, connected by the typical Dutch story of defending with water. From Bergen op Zoom to Grave you will now find Brabant cosiness against the backdrop of a rich history. Enjoy the cozy historic fortified cities, visit the sturdy fortresses or relax in the special nature.
The Zuiderwaterlinie walking path has been plotted over the Brabant walking junction system. The walking route is recognizable by the green-and-yellow signage with the Zuiderwaterlinie symbol. The total length of the walking path is 290 kilometers, but you can also choose to walk shorter partial routes.
Below you will find various suggestions for breaks that you can visit during your route. These are divided into different categories, making it easy for you to choose.
The soldier's wheel is located on the polder side of the dike. This deep pool was created in 179...
Rivers had special significance in the late Iron Age and Roman era. Objects were regularly thrown in...