You leave from the parking lot via the village of Ouderkerk a / d Amstel (older than Amsterdam). Ouderkerk is known for the Portuguese Beth Haím Cemetery, where you can walk around on your own, not on Saturdays.
From there along the river Amstel towards Amsterdam. Just before the city you turn onto the Kalfjeslaan. This avenue is from the 16th century and was also called the 't Kleine Loopveld' after the green strip that runs north of the entire avenue, and is part of the ecolint along the southern edge of Amsterdam.
You drive along Het Spoortje from Amstelveen to Bovenkerk. This was a railroad for steam trains from 1915 to 1950. The Bovenkerk station building is still present. Via the Bovenkerkerpolder, the Legmeerpolder, the Westeinderplassen, the (Zuider-) Legmeerpolder to Vrouwenakker. From there you quickly get to Amstelhoek, after which you can cross the river in Nes aan de Amstel by ferry to get to the peat polder De Ronde Hoep.
Cycling on a high dike you can observe the view of cows in the Dutch pasture until you reach the parking lot again.
|Café Op de Hoek (Kudelstaartseweg, 1433 GJ, Aalsmeer, North Holland, The Netherlands)||0.00 km|
|Fort bij Kudelstaart (Fort bij Kudelstaart, 1433GB, Aalsmeer, North Holland, The Netherlands)||2.12 km|
|25 (1433GW, Aalsmeer, North Holland, The Netherlands)||2.61 km|
|26 (1424CD, Uithoorn, North Holland, The Netherlands)||4.72 km|
|92 (1187, Amstelveen, North Holland, The Netherlands)||9.32 km|
|90 (1187, Amstelveen, North Holland, The Netherlands)||10.84 km|
1433 GJ Aalsmeer
Fort bij Kudelstaart