• Schoonselhof

    A walk through the park cemetery Schoonselhof and around fort VII. The Schoonselhof is often referred to as Antwerp's Père-Lachaise because of its historic funerary monuments and graves of famous people.

  • Schoten waterfront

    This walk between Schoten and Sint-Job takes you along the Dessel-Schoten canal, the Antwerp Antitank canal, the E10 lake and the moat around the Fort van Schoten.

  • Smuggling Route

    This cross-border hike departs in the Elsakker nature reserve, which owes its name to the former steward Wouter van Elsacker, manager of this area around 1588. Then you walk across the Strijkbeekse Heide, where you can see how the heathland is fully recovered by cutting down coniferous trees and removing the rich humus layer. Along the way you will learn more about the rich smuggling history of this region.

  • Strawberry Path

    This walk is situated in and around Meer, the northwestern sub-municipality of Hoogstraten. The Strawberry Path takes you past the horticultural businesses where the strawberries or 'Queens of Hoogstraten' are in charge. This path shows you strawberry cultivation in all its aspects. As you will notice, the strawberry fields in the open air have largely been replaced by large greenhouses and plastic tunnels.

  • Talander Walk

    This walk in the nature reserve Hoge Vijvers goes via small paths and wide lanes through this vast forest. It is hard to imagine that there was no forest here until the mid-nineteenth century. At that time peat extraction was still being carried out, as a result of which ponds originated on this higher part of the Kempen, this explains the name 'Hoge Vijvers'.

  • The Liereman

    This walk goes through woods, beautiful heathlands with drifting dunes and via a wooden path over soaking peat bogs. Depending on the season, you can enjoy purple heather, spicy-smelling scrub bushes or sweet-scented broom on the way.

  • The Witte Nete Valley

    This walk goes from the Boseindse Bergen forest to the valley of the Witte Nete. Here you walk on a plank path along the Zwarte Nete through trouser forests and soaked swamps with strange names such as the Haring, the Weense Putten and the Koeibemdekens. Then it goes in the direction of the Retiese water mill on the Witte Nete. From the mill you walk to the Beverdonkse Heide a patchwork of forests and open plains, meadows and fields.

  • Three borders walk

    This walk takes you through the green triangle around the Witte Kei. De Witte Kei marks the border point where Hoogstraten, Merksplas and Baarle-Hertog converge. This three municipal point was provided with a beautiful monument and a resting point. The breathtaking nature is indisputably the protagonist of this walk.

  • Two castles

    This beautiful walk goes from the Hallehof castle park through the Halse woods to the rear of the Fort van Oelegem and the castle domain Vrieselhof. You walk past the fort, the Antitankgracht and mixed forest back to the Hallehof.

  • Verloren Schaap

    Can meandering rivers, grasslands, heathland and forests charm you? This walk in the Grote Netewoud has it all. The route takes you along the Grote Nete to the Volsbergen forests and the Verloren Schaap nature reserve. Afterwards the Belse Heide with immense drifting dunes and the Bels Broek offer you a complete different landscape.

  • Vrieselhof

    This beautiful walk goes by nodes of the Kempense Hoven hiking network along the Antitank Canal to the Fort of Oelegem and then direction of the Castle Estate Vrieselhof.

  • Vuile Plas and Zandbergen

    A walk to two less known valuable green areas, the Vuile Plas and the Zandbergen.

  • Walenhoek

    This walk takes you through the Nielsbroek nature reserve along the Rupel dike to the old brick-making hamlet of Hellegat, after which you discover the Walenhoek nature reserve with numerous old clay pits.

  • Zoersel forest

    This varied walk goes through the beautiful nature reserve Zoersel forest with a unique landscape for the Kempen, where the grasslands are bordered by wood edges. This landscape is interspersed with age-old oak forests and softwood. What do monks and Hendrik Consciense have to do with this beautiful area?