TTT 2016 06 Hardenberg Dalen
Published: 05/01/2020
This TTT starts in Hardenberg at the McDonalds, and goes over mainly beautiful roads through the Drenthe landscape to Dalen at Cafe-Restaurant Cornelis.

Manmanman, how beautiful Drenthe is The greenery, the heath, hills, theirs, swamps ... And then they also search the universe for extraterrestrial life at Westerbork.
But of course you don't go to Drenthe for that! You want to have curves, and there are plenty in Drenthe, certainly in the Zuidoosthoek.

From Hardenberg, you drive to Barger-Compascuum to visit the Veenpark and / or the Harmonium Museum. In the Veenpark, the peat history of Drenthe comes to life. You drive and sail through nostalgic villages and a natural peat bog area with real peat excavation. The baker, the grocer, the clog maker and the peat cutter work there every day. The Harmonium Museum Netherlands is a museum dedicated to the harmonium, a keyboard instrument that produces music through air pressure. It was established in 2001 and is located in the Veenpark in Barger-Compascuum.

In Odoorn, you can stop at De Oringer Marke for coffee / lunch. You are then just half an hour away from the end point in Dalen.

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

Route details:
rp 25 - Veenpark and the Harmonium Museum
rp 36 - De Oringer Marke
Het Veenpark
Het Veenpark
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Het Veenpark
De Oringer Marke

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