The trail Oostvoorne has a distance of 11.1 km and an elevation gain of 44 meters.
Peter rode this trail on 07-08-2014 on a Pearl HT
In this route a lot of work, sit A real pleasure to drive this route. Thanks! The heart rate monitor showed me that there is little room for recovery is just from one to the other bulbs! Especially the dunes and down ride with a view of the lake was enjoying.
Haggis55 rode this trail on 04-09-2013 on a 29'er van Koga
Tasty route, sometimes quite sandy. Wrong tires mounted, despite the soft road tires can still executioners. Delicious I'm going to do more solid. Outside the weekends to. There were other forum complaints about the narrow gates. By Koga the net. Could Hit anything.
Jordi rode this trail on 07-06-2013 on a Scott Spark
Nice route lately made. Increasingly challenging Not seen the latest changes, but it looks on the Internet at least good. Slice through the dunes is fun and can be killing you here if the limit out of yourself. Piece of flat track may not be exciting but it makes for variety. In between some pieces of wood with as highlight the Geuzenbos which makes you challenge yourself :) Few height difference and not really technical (but that will change as shown) but despite that still one of my favorite routes near Rotterdam. Naturally, some weak points. At (long) wet weather, some parts almost impossible to do. Weed / vegetation to grow on the route during the summer and then the route is no fun anymore.
groen rode this trail on 05-05-2012 on a mountainbike
fun occasionally very sandy
Bikert rode this trail on 01-11-2011 on a 29-er
Nice route. Many single tracks, of which over a long sloping embankment. Singletrack by forest is narrow, making it technically up to speed. Good track to train, especially if you are a stretch of beach in tackles. Good hangouts with afspuitmogelijkheden! I would go here though as it has been dry for rain gives a lot of peeing in forest and hills. When it is dry, it is a nice trail. Especially considering the possibilities in this area. Worth it if you live somewhat nearby.