Wandelen in Europa

Italie_Campania_Vesuvius_2010_Img0006Wandelen is een passie van De Wandelgek en deze pagina is de ingang tot het echte wandelgedeelte van de site. “De Wandelgek” loopt veel in Nederland, maar ook in het buitenland tijdens verre of minder verre reizen wordt vrijwel altijd wel gewandeld.

 

Op deze pagina vind je links naar posts die een specifieke wandeling beschrijven of een wandelroute kaart bevatten (bijna altijd aanklikbaar). De wandelpagina’s zullen verder foto’s en informatie bevatten over gebruikte wandelkaarten, wandelboeken, etc.

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Where hobbits walk… – Walk through The Shire (Cotswolds 3)

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After a good night’s rest and a sturdy breakfast at the Green Dragon Inn in Cockleford, The Wandelgek started his 2nd walk through the Cotswolds, which would go through the Churn Valley… Elevation and level The walk was an approximately … Continue reading

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“The road goes ever on…” – Walk through the Shire (Cotswolds 2)

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The Cotswolds: Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty The Wandelgek had reached the Cotswolds, probably the area which inspired J.R.R. Tolkien for his description of The Shire in both, The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings… The Cotswolds is an … Continue reading

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A citywalk with Mr. Tumnus through Oxford at sunset

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After my late afternoon visit to the Tavern Pub, I decided to take my camera and go on an evening sunset stroll through beautiful Oxford. This blog is more of a portfolio of the pictures I made. Bridge of Sighs … Continue reading

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An Oxford city walk with Alice, Harry, Bilbo and Inspector Morse

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After my train journey to Didcot Parkway, I needed to take the bus to Oxford, due to repairs on the railroad between Didcot and Oxford. Central Backpackers I arrived in Oxford at around 12 o’clock and checked in at the … Continue reading

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Thamespath long distance walk 3: Whitchurch-on-Thames

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The day began a bit greyish. Very early, after a nice breakfast at the Weir View House, The Wandelgek walked a tiny piece of the Thames path towards Whitchurch-on-Thames on the other side of the river. The bridge across the … Continue reading

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Thamespath long distance walk: 2e. From Henley-on-Thames to Pangebourne

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There was still a long way to go to Pangebourne and he had spent way to much time at the museum. The Thamespath now continued eastward following the Thames river past beautiful houses, boats on the river and a huge … Continue reading

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Thamespath long distance walk: 2d. Sequel of museum visit in Henley-on-Thames: Meeting Mr. Toad, Ratty, Badger and Mole

And then of course there was the Wind-in-the-Willows-gallery and guess who was welcoming The Wandelgek :-D… Mr. Toad…… . The Wind in the Willows Gallery The permanent Wind in the Willows exhibition heralds the return of Mr Toad, Ratty, Badger … Continue reading

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Thamespath long distance walk: 2c. Visit to the River and Rowing Museum in Henley-on-Thames

The Wandelgek followed the riverbank for a while until reaching the River and Rowing Museum… There was a big surprise because the British Library had a temporary exhibition on…. ILLUSTRATORS OF CLASSIC CHILDRENS BOOKS… What a very pleasant coincidence :-))))) … Continue reading

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Thamespath long distance walk: 2b. Henley-on-Thames

Henley-on-Thames Henley-on-Thames is a historic market town and civil parish on the River Thames in Oxfordshire, England, 9 miles (14 km) northeast of Reading, 7 miles (11 km) west of Maidenhead and 23 miles (37 km) southeast of Oxford. One … Continue reading

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Thamespath long distance walk: 2a. From Greenfields to Henley-on-Thames

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After a good nights rest followed an early rise, a shower and a bit of reading in my Thames path guide to plan todays walk. Then I left my room and walked over the terrain towards the river and the … Continue reading