|Vaalserberg by car
|Estimated net time||0 hours|
|Drinking water||Plenty of access to drinks and food from the restaurants at the summit.|
|GSM coverage||Coverage at the summit.|
|Parking||Room for many cars at the car parks close to the summit.|
|Start height||323 metres|
|Vertical metres||0 metres for the roundtrip|
|Trip distance||0 km|
The most commonly used route to Vaalserberg is by car. From the Dutch town of Vaals you can drive to the summit. There is a small tower on the Belgian side of the border, giving OK views to the three countries surrounding the summit.
21. September 2006
During the autumn of 2006 I was travelling to Holland to work most weeks, together with a number of colleagues. This Thursday Ansgar, Helen, Ingunn and me decided to pay a visit to the highest point in Holland, and we drove from Barneveld in Holland around 16:00. There was a lot of traffic on the roads so we didn't get to Vaalserberg before it was dark.
After having paid a visit to the view tower at Vaalserberg we drove down to Vaals and had our dinner in a charming small restaurant. Then back to Amersfoort and our hotel, where we arrived around 1am.