• Swalm Brook

    This cross-border walk goes through the unspoilt Swalm Brook nature reserve with forests, heath and wetlands along the way, with the meandering Swalm as one of the eye-catchers.

  • The Meinweg

    Walking tour through The Meinweg National Park. The Meinweg consists of a terraced landscape that is special for the Netherlands with steep transitions between these terraces. This unique landscape was created in the course of ten thousand years by scrapping the water of the Maas in combination with three fault surfaces in the earth that run through the national park, including the Peelrand Fault.

  • The Nijmegen Mound Route

    Walking tour through the Sint-Jansberg nature reserve and over the Mooker heath. The Sint-Jansberg is an estate with wooded slopes, fields and meadows. The Mooker heath is located on a spur of the Nijmegen lateral mound with beautiful views.

  • Through Maaspark Ooijen-Wanssum

    Walking tour through the Maaspark Ooijen-Wanssum, the town of Blitterswijck and the Hooge Heide forest area.

  • To 't Ham

    Walking tour through 't Ham in the brook valley of the Groote Molenbeek and Kasteelpark Ter Horst.

  • To Ellburg

    Walking tour through the nature reserves Krang, Heijkersbroek and Ellburg.

  • 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.