This varied cycling route will guide you past a range of landscapes; from dense woods to extensive farmlands and from marshy nature reserves to wide waters. These are places where the weather and wind are in charge. The Knardijk dyke, which marks the border between East and South Flevoland, is a key section of the cycle route. It was one of the first works in the Flevoland drainage project and still has a water defence function, whilst cutting an image-defining element in the landscape. From the crest you have beautiful views in all directions. Along the way you pass the Knar Lock, the Tulip Island, country shops and various catering opportunities.