TTT 1998 03 Rondje Maas
Published: 30/01/2019
Ceresweg Bergen (Limburg)
This TTT has the start and end point at Café Restaurant 't Zwaantje in Mook.

On to the Maas, via Mook to Plasmolen where you drive around the Mookerplas to Well, you do this mainly on beautiful (motor) roads. You cross the Maas at Bergen via the ferry "Bergen - Vierlingsbeek", another part and you are half way through the TTT, just time to pause, you can do this at route 29.
After the break to Cuijk, first nice inside through Overloon and more small places. At Cuijk you go over the Maas again with the ferry "Cuijk - Middelaar". After the crossing we went along a spur of the Mookerplas to finish at 't Zwaantje in Mook.

Because I have driven this route myself, this route gets 4 stars.

Route details:
If you want to stop somewhere else, plenty of opportunities along the way.
At route point 27 (Purple), ferry crossing Bergen - Vierlingsbeek, I used the option "Skip waypoint" to avoid unnecessary detours on the Here map.
At route point 29, you can pause at 't-venue in Holthees.
At route point 49 (Purple), ferry crossing Cuijk - Mediator, I used the option "Skip waypoint" to avoid unnecessary detours on the Here map.
Start- en eindpunt 't Zwaantje in Mook
Lunch in Holthees
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Hans v.d. Ven (MRA-Master)
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