The Vaalserberg is a hill with a height of 322.7 metres (1,059 ft) above NAP and the highest point in mainland Netherlands. The Vaalserberg is located in the province of Limburg, at the south-easternmost edge of the country, near the town of Vaals (for which it is named).
After the Dutch possessions in the Caribbean were incorporated into the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the Vaalserberg was replaced as the Netherlands' highest mountain by Mount Scenery.
There's a trail called Route des Trois Bornes leading to the summit. Vaalserberg is one of the 2 peaks along the multi-day GR 128 Vlaanderenroute.
By elevation Vaalserberg is
# 48 out of 60 in Liège # 11 out of 544 in Netherlands # 1 out of 23 in Limburg # 54 out of 286 in Belgium # 32 out of 63 in Städteregion Aachen # 54 out of 163 in Wallonia
By prominence Vaalserberg is
# 39 out of 60 in Liège # 12 out of 23 in Limburg # 41 out of 63 in Städteregion Aachen
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