is an ideal 50'er years stop for people who do a round of Veluwe with classic and grandchildren.
Loenen is a great base for trips across the Veluwe. Worth seeing is the highest waterfall in the country.
The waterfall spring from 1869 originates in the Schalter forests.
The spreng (artificially constructed stream) consists of two parts, the Vrijenbergspreng and the Veldhuizerspreng, each of which is approximately 6 kilometers long. Due to the many side bars, a broad stream is gradually formed. The idea was that water had to fill the Apeldoorns canal, which has been dormant for years.
The water is maintained at various places with weir beams.
The stairs of the waterfall are of course laid out. The waterfall can be found a short walk from the Vrijenberg parking lot on the main road (N786) from Loenen to Beekbergen. There are signs, walks have been set out.
If a nice walk from 2,5 km to the waterfall is no problem, you can safely park your classic at the catering / care farm De Groote Modderkolk.
The apple pie there is recognized Divine.