WW1 walking route

The northern walking loop connects the castle grounds of Zonnebeke with the historic battlefields on the outskirts of Passchendaele. That village was taken by the British at the cost of ten thousand lives in 1917. Along the route, two nations that fought at the Battle of Passchendaele stand out strongly. The story of the Australians and New Zealanders is covered in detail on information panels along the route. The CWGC Tyne Cot Cemetery visitor centre offers a panoramic view of the former battlefields. Download the walking map & wheelchair accessible walking map here. 

Practical info

  • Description: WWI, CWGC Tyne Cot Cemetery, largest Commonwealth cemetery, Berlin Wood, Australian deployment, battlefields near Passchendaele, Battle of Passchendaele
  • Start: Castle building, Berten Pilstraat 5b, 8980 Zonnebeke
  • Distance: 8.5 km
  • Duration: 3 hours

Address information

's Graventafelstraat 48a
8980 Zonnebeke
België

T: 0032 (0)51 77 04 41

Facilities

  • Zonnebeke
  • Groups > 15p.
  • Individuals and groups < 15p.
  • Walking
  • On the move
  • WWI
  • Child-friendly (12 y)
  • Child-friendly (3 y)
  • Child-friendly (7 y)

Nearby

Minigolf Estimated distance: 0.00 Km
De Oude Kaasmakerij Estimated distance: 0.00 Km
New Zealand road to Passchendaele Estimated distance: 0.00 Km
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