After a rainy period a lot of water and mud make it tough. Besides that quite heavy as the terrain is never flat. You always go up or down, with sometimes short but steep climbes. Actually it consists out of two separate routes (so called green and red routes) which are connected at some points, so they can be followed as one loop. The route can be followed by following the green and red arrows along the route.
More info and a map can be found at:
How to get there:
From Nijmegen drive South towards Malden. As Malden is not that big the easiest point to start at is the McDonalds restaurant (just North of Malden and South of Nijmegen).
|Posted by: Russ on 5/20/2012
The trail has a few ok downhill single-
track sections but it's mostly double-
track/dirt roads. There is a fair amount
of climbing. I finished the entire 21
mile red/green trail loop in 1hr and 40
minutes. Forget about riding it in rainy
weather. Also, I could not find a bike
Although I like it here in Nijmegen, the
trails in florida and the Southeast usa
where I come from are far better, there's
no comparison. It is a bit disappointing
to find out that this local trail is one
of the best in the area. Oh well. I guess
we are spoiled in the states with great
From Nigmeseebahn road (southeast of the
city center) take Meerwijkselaan North.
Main trail entrance is on right side of
road about 1/2 mile North of the