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The Bare Feet Trail, Opende
(5/5 based on 15 reviews on the web)
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  • This is a nice trail to walk with kids. There are possibilities for activity everywhere, yet it isn't a big commercial attraction. 
  • What a wonderful place here near Opened. Super fun for the children. Adventure! By the gunk and the water running, on trunks climbing or via a rope a was about. Determines the amount of rain prior to your visit mainly how much mud there is. It does not stink, the water is very clean. Could possibly be the stepping stones also swum by the little ones. Useful is clean clothes to carry and a garbage bag for the filthy garments. We come there every year quite a few times, very good value for money.
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  • Well marked path through nature, with the aim that you barefoot. Along the way there are different surfaces such as grass, sand, stone, water and mud. The path is from two sides. On the one parking lot is usually more place than the other. There are several places to pause/picnics available. However, bring your own food and drinks. Downside: there is nowhere a toilet.
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