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Just finished the labyrinth of the drielandenpunt

Posted by pieleric on 12 June 2011 in English (English)

Situated on the highest mountain of the Netherlands (300m high), is the labyrinth of the drielandenpunt (point of the three countries). I was there yesterday, and can recommend it. It was actually the first labyrinth I've ever been which was a bit difficult. It features bridges, and fountains block your way if you come from the wrong side. So it was pretty fun.

As openstreepmap had a very poor version of its map, I've updated it using Bing imagery and my memory. It should be pretty complete. But of course the whole fun is to complete the labyrinth without looking at the map!

Location: Vaals, Province of Limburg, Kingdom of the Netherlands, The Netherlands

Comment from zmonkey on 13 June 2011 at 02:49

Cool!
So, technically, you could take out a GPS, and get directions to the exit.

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Comment from Sanderd17 on 13 June 2011 at 14:57

Well, it has oneway paths (as the post said: fountains that block your way back) so if those parts are tagged as oneway, than it could work.

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Comment from Head on 17 June 2011 at 11:45

Looks nice. But don't forget that you have to exit through the gift shop ;)

Greetings from Aachen...

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