Dalfser estates

  • The Netherlands
  • Overijssel
  • Dalfsen
  • 40.55 km (Approximately 02:23 u)
  • Cycling route 1562387
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Dalfser estates

  • The Netherlands
  • Overijssel
  • Dalfsen
  • 40.55 km (Approximately 02:23 u)
  • Cycling route 1562387
Dalfsen is rich in estates and manors. With this route you cycle past a number of manors and across various estates.
The route crosses the Vecht twice at the weirs of Vechterweerd and the weir of Vilsteren.
Havezathes, among others; Leemcule, Ruitenborg, Mataram.
Estates including; Rechteren, Den Berg, Den Aalshorst, Hessum and Vilsteren.


Directions

# Description Distance
59
59 (Kerkplein, 7721AC, Dalfsen, Overijssel, The Netherlands) 0.00 km
43
43 (Overijssel, The Netherlands) 4.41 km
44
44 (Koepelallee, 7722KT, Dalfsen, Overijssel, The Netherlands) 5.15 km
45
45 (Koepelallee, 7722KT, Dalfsen, Overijssel, The Netherlands) 5.85 km
46
46 (7722KP, Dalfsen, Overijssel, The Netherlands) 7.39 km
76
76 (7722LD, Dalfsen, Overijssel, The Netherlands) 9.16 km

Sights

Huize Den Berg

4
7722 JP Dalfsen

A bit outside the village of Dalfsen you will find the manor Den Berg. The oldest mention of this country house dates from 1483. Around the house you will find a park of 60 hectares.

Uitkijktoren De Stokte

Uitkijktoren de Stokte 1
7722 VD Dalfsen

De Stokte is a 20-meter observation tower in Dalfsen that was built in 2012. From here you have a beautiful view over the Dalfsen countryside. The tower was built as part of the 'Room for the Vecht' project. Only sustainable materials have been used in the construction and care has been taken to ensure that the tower fits well into the landscape. The stairs of the tower are made of galvanized steel and the cladding of the tower is made of wood. You can look through the wooden panels of the tower to enjoy the surroundings. It is certainly worth the effort to climb the watchtower. You will not find such a beautiful view over Dalfsen anywhere else. On top of the tower is a viewing platform that offers you a wide view over the river Vecht, the Vechtdal and the accompanying wooded landscape. Only if you are afraid of heights, it is unfortunately better to skip this climb.

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