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Tungelroyse Brook Path - Stage 10

Tungelroyse Brook

The tenth and last stage from Roggel to Neer goes through the Leudal, the Neyenghoor estate and the Neerbeek brook valley.

Distance: 17 km.

Time: 4h00.

Grade: Moderate.

Type: Point to point.

Gps Track: Yes.

Route description: Yes.

Wheelchair: Not suitable.

Dog: Allowed.

Height gain: Flat.

Trail: 86% unpaved.

Marking: See PDF route description.

Hiking shoes recommended.


Neyenghoor estate.

Followed are the Roggelsche Beek, which is called Zelsterbeek further on, and the Leubeek, which is called Neerbeek after the meeting of the Haelense brook and the Zelsterbeek. The Haelense Beek is followed in the Neyenghoor estate. Until somewhere in the 18th century there was a stately castle, the castle has fallen into disrepair, what remains is the current farm castle, as well as the turret on the house, however, clearly indicate a past as a castle farm. It is therefore a remnant of the centuries-old castle Ghoor, also called Neyenghoor, to distinguish it from the Aldenghoor castle in Haelen, which was visited in stage 8. As further points of interest you will pass the watermills Leumolen and the Friedesse Molen. The Leu mill, also called Sint Ursula mill, was built in 1773, the current water wheel dates from 1961. In the 16th century there was already talk of a mill on this spot Molen te Loe. in the 18th century Leurmolen and in the 19th century Leumolen, the name Sint Ursulamolen was first found in 1915. Watermill The Friedesse Mill was built in 1717 and was renovated in 2002.

Tungelroyse Brook

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Map & Poi's.