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Rondje Golfbaan (red)
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Rondje Golfbaan (red)

The Rondje Golfbaan (red) follows Genieweg behind the defensive wall of the Stelling van Amsterdam. Troops used to be moved behind this guarded public road. To the south of the fort lies a battery dug into the dike where the lighter artillery was positioned. No dogs allowed.

4.62 km
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Veldhuis route
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Veldhuis route

The Veldhuis route (orange) runs from Fort Veldhuis to the Broekpolder district of Heemskerk. The community centre – the Citadel – is built in the form of a fort. Part of the route follows a farm track. No dogs allowed.

4.42 km
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Batoroute
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Batoroute
Unpaved path (partly)

The longer Batoroute (yellow) also takes you past the site of the Romans harbour fort, with ten listening points along the way. Legionnaire Bato will regale you with stories about the past and present environment, excavations, the Frisian Revolt and a bridge over the Oer-IJ. 

5.38 km
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Rondje Castellum
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Rondje Castellum
Unpaved path (partly)

The short Rondje Castellum trail (red) will guide you along an accessible route to the historic site where the harbour fort on the Oer-IJ once stood.

3.52 km
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Cruytbergh Route (orange)
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Cruytbergh Route (orange)
Unpaved path (partly) No dogs allowed

The Cruytbergh Route (orange) in Santpoort-Noord takes you to the Burgemeester Rijkenspark, named after Roelf Gerrit Rijkens, a former mayor of Velsen (1920-1932). On the other side of the track, you walk to Landgoed Duin en Kruidberg estate. You walk through the ornate garden with its pond and

5.49 km
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Zwanenburg route (blue)
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Zwanenburg route (blue)
Unpaved path (partly)

The Zwanenburg route (blue) leads you through Zwanenburg and Halfweg. Along the way you will see the old sugar factory, the Zwanenburg walking park with petting zoo, and the new park on the outskirts of the village. On the Amsterdam side of the ring canal you look out over the Osdorper Bovenpolder

5.7 km
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Park Walk (red)
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Park Walk (red)
Unpaved path (partly)

The Park Walk (red) is a short walk through the newer recreation area in Zwanenburg. The designers have created a kind of English landscape garden for the 35 ha park. A thousand trees have been planted in the park to compensate for the construction of the High Speed Line (HSL). You can walk on

1.76 km
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Pioneer Route (yellow)
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Pioneer Route (yellow)
Unpaved path (partly) Off-leash dogs allowed on part of this route

The Pioneer Route (yellow) between Zwaanshoek and Hoofddorp leads through the new parks and neighbourhoods of the Floriande district and the brushland in PARK21. This park will extend to Nieuw-Vennep, pioneer country. Floriande has a rich variety of architecture. Among other things, you will pass

9.38 km
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Zwanen Route (green)
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Zwanen Route (green)
Unpaved path (partly) Off-leash dogs allowed on part of this route

The Zwanen Route (green) leads along the new housing development that arose from the 1970s between Bennebroekerbuurt and Hoofddorp and which deserved a new name. So it became Zwaanshoek, named after the swans that would have stayed here in large numbers. The reclamation put an end to that but new

4.54 km
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Bennebroekerbuurt Route (red)
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Bennebroekerbuurt Route (red)
Unpaved path (partly) Off-leash dogs allowed on part of this route

The Bennebroekerbuurt Route (red) from starting point Zwaanshoek travels through the old countryside along the Ringvaart of the Haarlemmermeer Polder. The land opposite the bridge to Bennebroek was called Bennebroekerbuurt until the middle of the last century. Rightly so, because the grounds in

3.92 km
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