TTT 1999 07 Rondje Amersfoort
Published: 08/02/2019
Vuurse Steeg in Lage Vuursche
Maarsbergen is the start and end point of this last TTT of 1999 and thus closes the century. This is also the TTT with the most adaptations to date, this due to time-bound closures and the changed road network deviates this TTT slightly from the 1999 original.
From Maarsbergen you head for successively Soesterberg, Den Dolder & Baarn over mainly beautiful narrow roads you drive around Amersfoort and Soest. In Baarn you go under the A1 through a loop at Eemdijk to Bunschoten-Spakenburg where you have plenty of opportunities for lunch *. After lunch, it will take you to Nijkerk, Hoevelaken, Scherpenzeel & Amerongen to end this TTT with a cup of coffee at the end point in Maarsbergen.

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

Route details:
* rp 30 - Lunch possibility with a view of the harbor on the Spie in Bunschoten-Spakenburg.
Start- en eindpunt in Maarsbergen
Lunch mogelijkheid op het Spui in Bunschoten-Spakenburg
Useful links:
Mogelijke lunch locatie
Start- en eindpunt
Utrechtse Heuvelrug

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