Lake IJssel Route (Zuiderzee Route) - 400 kilometers around Lake IJssel
The Lake IJssel (IJsselmeer) is a closed off inland bay in the central Netherlands bordering the provinces of Flevoland, North Holland and Friesland. It measures 1,100 km2 (420 sq mi) with an average depth of 5.5 m (18 ft).
The river IJssel flows into the IJsselmeer. (The first two letters of the name are capitalized because IJ is a digraph or even a ligature in Dutch, so it is treated as a single letter).
In earlier times the IJsselmeer was called Zuiderzee.
More information over the lake can be found on Wikipedia.
The route consists of three LF routes: LF21 from Amsterdam to the Afsluitdijk, LF22 from the Afsluitdijk to Kamper and LF 23 from Kampen to Amsterdam.
|distance||duration||avg. speed||trackpoints||trackpt. distance|
|399.8 km||n/a||n/a km/h||3883||102.96 m|
|altitude range||lowest point||highest point||uphill||downhill|
|14 m||-4 m||10 m||456 m||458 m|