TTT 2006 02 Nieuweschans Pesse
Published: 03/03/2019
rp 21 - Noord-Sleen (Drenthe)
This TTT starts in Nieuweschans (Groningen) and is mainly about beautiful roads to Pesse in the province of Drenthe.

The 1st 3 km you drive parallel to the border with Germany towards Oude Schans, but you continue to follow the border until Roswinkel where you turn towards Emmen. You will pass through the town of Valthe and then you are about halfway along the route, time to stop for something to eat and drink. After lunch you continue towards Emmen, where you go around the end in Pesse.

Because I have not driven this route (yet) myself, this route gets 3 stars.

Route details:
rp 18 - Lunch possibility at Restaurant de Gaffel in Valthe.
Startpunt, Bad Nieuweschans (Groningen)
Eindpunt, Pesse (Drenthe)
Useful links:
Lunchen in Valthe
Eindpunt in Pesse

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