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

The hike starts at the Visitor Center National Park De Meinweg and goes through a part of the National Park De Meinweg and then returns along the German side of the Rode Beek.

Walking tour through the Leudal, the Heijerhof estate and the Exatenbosch. During the walking tour you pass three streams, the Roggelse Beek, the Tungelroysche Beek, which downstream is called the Leubeek and the Haelense Beek.

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

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

The hike starts at the Nature and Environmental Center De IJzeren Man and goes through the rich recreational and nature area De IJzeren Man, the forest area west of Altweerterheide and through the edge of the Kruispeel along the Tungelroyse Beek via the sand extraction area that will be built in the future as a nature reserve.

Walking tour through the Areven nature reserve, the stream valley of the Tungelroy Brook and the forest area the Tungelerwallen.

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.

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.

During this walk you will explore an Island in the Meuse. Stevensweert and Ohé en Laak are located on an island between two Maas arms, which has influenced the history of both villages.

Hike through the wooded part of the Meinweg National Park, along the Rode Beek that forms the border with Germany and the river Roer. The Rode Beek is a beautiful meandering brook that originates just across the border in Germany. It forms the national border between the hamlet of Vlodrop Station and the village of Vlodrop about 5 km away. There are two water mills along this stream: the Dalheimer Mühle on the German side and the Gitstappermolen on the Dutch side.

Hike through the Spanish Forest, Nederpeel, Grote and Kleine Moost and Waterboem.

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.

The walk goes along the edge of the National Park De Meinweg to the nature reserve De Turfkoelen. At Daelenbroeck Castle it goes in the direction of the meandering Roer and the Rode Beek. Just across the border with Germany you come to the Effelder Waldsee.

Walking tour through the edge of the Meinweg, along the Rode Beek and the river Roer. The Rode Beek is a beautiful meandering brook that originates just across the border from Germany and forms the national border between Vlodrop Station and Vlodrop. Along the stream is a water wheel mill worth seeing, the Gitstapper mill, which was built about 600 years ago.

This short walk in the Kempen-Broek goes through a beautiful piece of nature over a plank path to a fen with a viewing wall. You will also pass windmill De Hoop and at the starting point you can take a look at the small war cemetery of Swartbroek.

Walking tour through the Hamert estate, along the Gelderns-Niers canal and through the floodplains of the Maas in De Maasduinen National Park.

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

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