This section of the trail takes you from the Hanseatic city of Bolsward to the Wadden Sea dike. This part of Friesland was once beneath the sea. The land you walk on was reclaimed from the water from 1100 onwards.
This route offers you the opportunity to combine cycling, walking and boating. You can stop off for a canoe trip at De Kievit campsite between junctions 78 and 76. You get a discount upon presenting the cycling route.
Explore the Frisian landscape while walking and let yourself be enchanted by the Slachtedyk walking route!
Setting off from the famous Waterpoort water gate in Sneek, this part of the trail takes you through the southwest of the province to the Frisian city of IJlst. From here you make your way to the town of Balk in the Gaasterland region.
This section of the Elfstedentocht Hiking Trail Network links three of Friesland’s eleven cities. You set off from Stavoren and make your way first to Hindeloopen and then to Workum.
Take a stroll through a vast landscape, passing through the small villages of Dijken and Teroele towards Sint Nicolaasga. Return to Langweer by walking through the woods.
Diverse landscapes of a watersports village, dairy village, and beautiful forests characterize this varied walking route.
The route that runs from Workum to Bolsward leads you along a 16th-century church path and through the little museum villages of Ferwoude, Allingawier and Exmorra.