At the end of the Upper Garden at Het Loo Palace are elegant, twin colonnades. They accent Koningssprong (King’s Leap) fountain with water sprays exceeding 42 feet high. This marks the start of the Orange Trail. Allow an hour to walk through the groomed, parklike setting created for the Orange monarchs. Palace Park covers about 1,600 acres. Along the way you will cross three footbridges (Lion Bridge, Canal Bridge and Copper Bridge). Around a pond you will encounter the Bathing Pavilion of King William III, the Boat House favored by Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands (reign 1890 – 1948), the Tea Pavilion and the Boat House. The Orange Trail is included with your admission price to Het Loo Palace. So, leave extra time to explore this former royal haven.