Hiking through the White Mountains

  • The Netherlands
  • North Brabant
  • Someren
  • 17.21 km (Approximately 04:18 u)
  • Hiking route 664247
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Hiking through the White Mountains

  • The Netherlands
  • North Brabant
  • Someren
  • 17.21 km (Approximately 04:18 u)
  • Hiking route 664247

De Witte Bergen is a small-scale nature reserve near Someren that is ideal for a lovely walk. The route also takes you through the mining village of Someren-Eind and the outer area of the Peel.

peel
At Brasserie Jan van Tieskes you can enjoy a coffee and a tasty meal on the cozy terrace before you walk into Someren-Eind. This mining village was established in the mid-nineteenth century. The entire Peel (approximately 30,000 hectares) once consisted of uncultivated land. Now you walk between fields, grasslands and small-scale forest. Ideal for forgetting the everyday routine. And to catch up with your fellow hikers.

White Mountains
You will also walk through the White Mountains. This name refers to the vast sand drifts that this nature reserve once was. Around 1925, production forests were planted here in the context of job creation. It is wonderful to walk here among the fragrant pine trees. On the banks of the pond you can comfortably look out over the rippling water. The pond was created in the 1960s, after sand was excavated for the construction of a provincial road.

Directions

# Description Distance
Brasserie Jan van Tieskes (Nieuwendijk, 5712 EK, Someren, North Brabant, The Netherlands) 0.00 km
36
36 (5712CL, Someren, North Brabant, The Netherlands) 0.06 km
33
33 (5712SG, Someren, North Brabant, The Netherlands) 1.55 km
69
69 (5712SL, Someren, North Brabant, The Netherlands) 3.72 km
87
87 (Kanaaldijk-zuid, 5712ST, Someren, North Brabant, The Netherlands) 4.82 km
41
41 (Jan Smitslaan, 5712SV, Someren, North Brabant, The Netherlands) 5.64 km

Pause places

Brasserie Jan van Tieskes

Nieuwendijk 53
5712 EK Someren
http://www.janvantieskes.nl

Brasserie Jan van Tieskes is centrally located in the Peel. An ideal starting point for beautiful cycling routes and walks because you can easily park for free here. When you return, you can enjoy homemade dishes on the beautiful covered terrace.

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