The landscape located in the Arnhem-Ede-Wageningen triangle is interweaved with cultural history. The more than 4000 years old burial mounds of the Bell Beaker culture, the air landings on the Ginkelse Heide in the context of Operation Market Garden, the medieval castle Doorwerth on the banks of the Lower Rhine or the age-old hairpin bends of the Italian Road on the Oostereng country estate are some examples of a rich history in the area. They all have one thing in common: they lie in a beautiful backdrop of steep push-moraines, marshy floodplains, ancient forests, vast heaths and winding streams.
Cycling around Doorwerth
A primeval landscape with wooded hills, open heath areas, marshy floodplains, stately country estates and ancient castles