Accommodations in Woudenberg

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Woudenberg is a village at the intersection of the Utrechtse Heuvelrug and the Gelderse Vallei. As a result, the countryside has two attractive areas: the forests of the Utrechtse Heuvelrug and the farmland of the Gelderse Vallei.

Both areas have their own special historical monument. The Pyramid of Austerlitz is the only pyramid in the Netherlands and even the only one in the world that is made of turf. On top of the monument is a lookout tower that offered a distant view to the French troops at the time. In the surrounding forests there are many cycle paths and hiking trails for beautiful trips.

The Henschotermeer is located in the middle of the forests of the Utrechtse Heuvelrug. This recreational lake is a great place to be in the summer.

On the other side of Woudenberg, the Grebbe Line cuts through the countryside. The Grebbe Line with the adjacent Valleikanaal is a water line and played an important role in the Second World War. The many bunkers are still silent witnesses of this battle. It is not yet well known that the Grebbe Line was built much earlier, namely in the 18thcentury to stop the French troops. In 2014, Post Lambalgen was completely redesigned to reflect its current times. And in the museum De Grebbelinie in het Vizier the times of mobilisation are revived.

The Grebbe Line is not only a cultural and historical monument, it is also a place that has a lot to offer the holidaymaker. Cycle paths, clog paths, canoeing, rafting: the Grebbe Line offers many possibilities.

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