Natuurpark Berg en Bos: Uitkijktoren

Park Berg & Bos, eigendom van de gemeente Apeldoorn, is in 1934 aangelegd. Het was een werkverschaffingsproject in de crisisjaren 30. Op die plek lag tot in de 19e eeuw een waterleiding om de fonteinen en waterwerken van Paleis Het Loo van water te voorzien. 

In het park vind je de hoogste uitkijktoren van de Veluwe. De toren is 26 meter hoog en staat op een heuvel van 9 meter.

Aan de voet krijg ik de toren onmogelijk in een keer in beeld. In drie stappen:

Met een klim van 128 treden stijg je tot boven de hoogste boomtoppen uit.

Na deze inspanning word je beloond met een schitterend uitzicht.
Op heldere dagen reikt het zicht tot Deventer en Zwolle (circa 40 km).

In het park is uiteraard nog veel meer te zien en te doen. Daar kom ik in een volgend deel op terug.

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