• Along the Pijp

    De Groote Peel National Park is a beautiful hiking area with a rich nature. The former peat bog area also has a special history, many traces of which can still be seen in the field. The history of peat extraction and other uses of the peat also lives on in the many field names.

  • Areven Tour

    Walking tour through GrensPark Kempen-Broek on the border of the Netherlands and Belgium. The walking tour goes through the nature reserves Areven, Stramprooierheide and in the Stramprooierbroek along the Abeek a stream that forms the border with the Netherlands.

  • Bergerheide Tour

    Walking tour through the Bosserheide and the Bergerheide both areas are part of the Maasduinen National Park. The Bosserheide is an area that consists of coniferous forest with small open spaces with heather and drifting sand. The Bergerheide consists of coniferous and heathland areas, drifting sands and a number of fens.

  • Esven Tour

    The hike starts in the floodplains of the Maas and follows the Eckelse stream to the Berger forest. The Berger forest is a sub-area of the Maasduinen National Park. The park owes its name to the striking drifting sand ridges called parabolic dunes.

  • Leudal tour

    Walking tour through the Leudal nature reserve, a wooded area with stream valleys and a higher open area with heath. The Leubeek (upstream the Tungelroyse Beek) and the Zelsterbeek flow through the area, the hike follows both streams with nice height differences in various places such as the Litsberg with a steep sand wall with the meandering Leubeek at its foot. On the higher part of the area, the walk goes through the Busjop burial ground, a vast burial ground with 17 burial mounds, including a long bed.

  • Mookerheide

    This walking tour goes through the Mookerheide, the forest of Groesbeek and through the Sint-Jansberg nature reserve. The Mookerheide is located on the spur of the Nijmegen moraine and has significant height differences. Because of this, people have beautiful views over the land of Cuijk at some points.

  • Ravenvennen Tour

    Walking tour in the Maasduinen National Park through the nature reserves Arcen Estate, the Ravenvennen and through Barbara's Weerd. The Leeremarksche Heide in nature reserve Arcen Estate and the Lommerheide and Schandelosche Heide in nature reserve Ravenvennen are varied forest areas with differences in height due to drifting dunes in various places, there is not much heathland to see, contrary to what the names suggest.

  • Scherliet Tour

    Hike through the Marisberg forest area, the peel remnant 't Zinkske, the nature reserves 't Molentje, and Het Kwakvors. During the hike you will pass a number of times along a canal, the Canal of Deurne and the Helenavaart. Both channels were dug to dewater the Peel with the aim of peat extraction.

  • Smeetshof Tour

    Walking tour through the cross-border nature reserve Kempen-Broek on the border of the Netherlands and Belgium. The walking tour goes through the Smeetshof, the Kettingdijk and the Laura forests.

  • To Estate Beijlshof

    Walking tour for the lover of open landscapes. The hike goes through the brook valley of the Tungelroyse brook, Beijlshof estate and along the brook valley of the Haelense brook on the edge of the Exaten estate.

  • To the grave field Busjop

    Walking tour through Beijlshof estate, the Leu valley, De Bedelaar estate and the Haelense Beek valley that borders the Exatenbos.

  • Wellensteyn Tour

    The walk goes through the nature reserve Sarsven and the Banen, the new nature reserve De Kwegt, forest area Wellensteyn and a number of linked forest plots around an agricultural area. Peat extraction has taken place in a large part of the area that is visited.

  • Zwarte Peel Route

    The walking tour takes you through the nature areas De Waterbloem, Kleine and Grote Moost, De Zwarte Peel, Nederpeel and the Spaans Bos. The forests of Waterbloem form a varied forest area with groves, swamps and grasslands. The Roggelsche Beek flows through the area. The area was a large swamp area until around 1850. The Kleine and Grote Moost are peel remains along the Noordervaart.