Along the inner dune edge from West-Terschelling, this is the last piece of forest before Midsland-Noord on the right. The piece of forest was created in 1951 during the Korean War. For example, this was popularly called the Korea forest, referring to this period. That hasn't changed since then. It is a relatively small area of forest (7.5 hectares), which mainly consists of Austrian pine and deciduous trees. This area used to be a dune meadow, just like there is a good bit further along the cycle path, the so-called 'geiteweitje'. A lookout point has been set up on the nearly 20 meters high dune. You can determine your position on an orientation table.
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