Vanuit Nevele op verkenning naar en door de Vlaamse Ardennen
Orignal route by Bart DM
Published: 01/02/2019
The route goes via small roads from Nevele to the Flemish Ardennes. The Flemish Ardennes are a hilly region in the south of the Belgian province of East Flanders. The area is not clearly defined, but it usually means the environment around Oudenaarde, Zottegem and Geraardsbergen. The region has nothing to do with the Ardennes in Wallonia, but is so named because of its hilly character (Source: Wikipedia).

A first stop is provided at Café Barbier De Sneppe. You can drink something while waiting for a haircut ;-). After the first stop the route continues, over the Koppenberg, to Ronse where lunch can be enjoyed. The lunch stop is provided to the MC Donalds of Ronse, but of course Ronse offers many possibilities for lunch. Then we leave Ronse behind us and we drive via the Kluisbos, across the Kwaremont, to Wallonia and then drive via Vloesberg to Brakel. In Nederbrakel we stop at the lookout tower of Brakel. After climbing this tower we drive to Sint-Maria-Oudenhove, where we have a (last) stop at café De Vliegende Schotel. A visit to this café is an experience in itself. After this stop the route continues until Wetteren, where the end point is located.

Because this route shows a beautiful piece of the Flemish Ardennes, it gets 4 stars.
Tijdens de rit
Café Barbier De Sneppe
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About this region
Hainaut (, also US: , UK: , French: [ɛno]; Dutch: Henegouwen [ˈɦeːnəɣʌuə(n)] (listen); Walloon: Hinnot; Picard: Hénau), historically also known as Heynowes in English, is a province of Wallonia and Belgium. To its south lies the French department of Nord, while within Belgium it borders (clockwise from the North) on the Flemish provinces of West Flanders, East Flanders, Flemish Brabant and the Walloon provinces of Walloon Brabant and Namur. Its capital is Mons (Dutch Bergen) and the most populous city is Charleroi, the province's urban, economic and cultural hub, the financial capital of Hainaut and the fifth largest city in the country by population. Hainaut has an area of 3,831 km2 (1,479 sq mi) and as of January 2019 a population of 1,344,241.
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