From the dunes by The Hague through the Rhine valley and National Park Veluwe Zoom to the eastern town of Enschede - the LF4 takes you through a variety of typical Dutch landscapes.
Grebbeberg near Rhenen. Photo © Holland-Cycling.com
Holland has more to offer than a landscape of pastures, windmills and grazing cows, as painted by the Old Dutch Masters. The LF4 takes you through 7 different regions, showing you the many faces of Holland. Take a break to explore the cities of The Hague, Utrecht and Arnhem, or one of the many castles and manor houses along the route.
Nature lovers can enjoy the unique wildlife in National Park Utrechtse Heuvelrug and De Blauwe Kamer and Veluwe nature reserves.
Combine this long-distance route with a day trip. We recommend:
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LF4 Middle of Holland Route (Midden-Nederlandroute)
|Route:||The Hague - Enschede|
|Connections:||The Hague - LF Coastal Route |
Utrecht - LF9, Roman Limes Route
Bunnik - LF Waterline Route
Doorn - LF17
Arnhem - Rhine Cycle Route, LF3
Enschede - LF14
|Maps:||Online cycle route planner, or any good cycle map|
|GPS tracks:||Download from Nederland Fietsland|
Please note that all the LF routes are to undergo a radical overhaul in 2017-2021. In 2017 the LF4 Middle of Holland Route is scheduled to be replaced by the Roman Limes Cycle Route. In 2018 a new route through the middle of Holland (Royal Route?) is to be launched.