Vaalserberg

Vaalserberg: the highest road in mainland Netherlands

Vaalserberg is a mountain peak at an elevation of 322.7m (1,059ft) above the sea level, located in the province of Limburg in the Netherlands. At this elevation it’s the highest point in mainland Netherlands.

The road to the summit is totally paved. It’s called the "Viergrenzenweg" ("four-borders road"). The peak is the location of the tripoint between Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands.

Located at the south-easternmost edge of the country in the municipality of Vaals, the summit hosts a big parking lot and the 35 metres (115 ft) Wilhelminatoren observation tower with a restaurant.

 

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