• Walking tour through Zegenwerp estate, Venrode estate, Sparrenrijk forest area, Eikenhorst estate and the Halsche Beemden.

  • Walking tour in the Maashorst through Annabos, Loose Beemd, Revennekes, Slabroek. Through the forest area the Bedafse Bergen and the Slabroekse Bergen. Vine grounds are marshy to permanently wet, high soils immediately adjacent to a fracture.

  • Walking tour through the Vressels forest, Vresselsche fields and the Dommel meadows. Anyone who now walks through the Vressels forest with the beautiful Hazenputten fen area will hardly be able to imagine that there was hardly a tree to be seen here in the last century. The area consisted largely of sand drifts and heathland.

  • Walking tour through the Herbertus forests, the Lange Bleek, Someren heath and over the Strabrecht heath. The Herbertus forests are named after Herbertus van Heeze, the first Lord of Heeze. It is an old forest with high ascending deciduous and softwood, but also with small grasslands that offer beautiful views.

  • Boskant is an agricultural village with several large tree nurseries in the area and is located in the National Landscape Het Groene Woud. The walking tour passes by plots of these tree nurseries, through the Hulstsche Broek, the Hezelaarsbroek, the Scheeken and Scheeken-De Mortelen.

  • Just like the Munseheide route and the Slabroek route, this walking tour goes through the Maashorst nature reserve. The Maashorst consists of a number of very different landscape types, there are forests, scattered heaths, a few ponds, an agricultural area in the center and a large grazing area called the Brobbelbies.

  • The walking tour goes through the Overloon Dunens forest area and along the Loobeek stream. Overloon is best known for its National War and Resistance Museum.

  • You walk along the meandering Reusel to the Den Bockenreyder inn. From here it goes along the large fen De Flaes to the Flaestoren, a growing spiral 24 meters up. Above you have an incredible 360 ° panorama. Along the Goorven it goes back to the starting point. The walk goes for the most part over sandy roads and small forest paths.

  • Walking tour through the Aardbossen, the Landschotsche Heide, Kuikseindsche Heide and Molenbroek. The Aardbossen is a narrow forest area that is crossed by the Groote Beerze.

  • Walking tour through Stevensbergen, Blekerheide, the Lommel Sahara and the Venakkerbos. Stevenbergen is a small nature reserve that lies in the middle of the municipal forests of Luyksgestel.

  • Walking tour through a surprisingly varied landscape in the Maashorst. The area consists of a number of very different landscape types: forests, four scattered heaths, a few ponds, farmland with fields, wet grasslands and wooded banks.

  • Walking tour through the forest Nederheide and Stippelberg estate for lovers of walking tours in forests. The Nederheide is originally a clearing forest that is increasingly evolving into a varied forest.

  • Walking tour through the Peelse heather, the Reuselse Moeren and the Kroonvense heather. The hike starts in the Peelse heather, this area used to consist of wild soil but was cultivated in the period 1930-1945 and largely planted with pine. Yet this forest area has much to offer such as the small and the large circle, a small piece of Paris near Reusel.

  • Walking tour through the Bedafse Bergen and the Slabroekse Hills both parts of the nature reserve The Maashorst. The Maashorst is a more or less contiguous landscape park that consists of forests, heathland areas, open grassland, agricultural area, old-fashioned farmland with fields, wet grasslands and wooded banks during the walking tour one gets acquainted with this variety in landscapes.

  • Walking tour through the Beerze valley, past well-known but also less well-known fens in the Kampina and through the Banisveld. On the Kampina the walking tour goes along three famous fens; Belversven, Huisvennen and the Zandbergsvennen. Lesser known fens are the Klein Glasven, Kattelaarsput and the Ansumven. These are on the edge of the Kampina and the brook valley, which makes them richer in food, the fens have been cleaned up and are clearly visible in the landscape.

  • A nice varied walk through the nature reserve De Malpie. From Borkel and Schaft it goes via the banks of the Dommel to the Malpie. Here you walk along various ponds, heaths and meadows to the Venberg Watermill. Through forests and heathland it goes back to the village.

  • Walking tour through a mesh hedge landscape. A unique landscape of small parcels mainly of grassland separated by hawthorn or blackthorn hedges. The hedges are braided so close together that they form an impenetrable barrier. In the past they also served as a natural fence for cattle. The dense hedges also make a great breeding ground for birds.

  • The walking tour is largely devoted to the Beerze stream. Strictly speaking, the stream starts in the Baest estate, where the Grote Beerze and Kleine Beerze converge. The stream then flows north of the estate through the Baest / Kattelaars Broek area, past Spoordonk, through the Valley of the Beerze and the Kampina to Lennisheuvel where the Beerze will be called Smalwater. The walking tour goes through the areas of Baest / Kattenbergs Broek, Valley of the Beerze and the southern part of the Kampina.

  • A varied walking tour that goes through two village centers, agricultural area and the Sint Anthonis forest. The village centers of Sint Anthonis and Oploo are nice places with a watermill in the town of Oploo also known as D'n Olliemeulen and a standing mill De Korenbloem as place of interest.

  • Walking tour through 'Het Groene Woud', the nature areas Scheeken-Mortelen, Heerenbeek, 't Veldersbosch on the Velder estate and De Scheeken are visited. Quite soon after leaving Best, the walking tour goes through the Scheeken-Mortelen nature reserve.