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Busjop Tour


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.

Distance: 22 km.

Time: 4h30.

Grade: Moderate.

Type: Circular.

Gps Track: Yes.

Route description: Yes.

Wheelchair: Not suitable.

Dog: Allowed.

Height gain: No info.

Trail: 90% unpaved.

Marking: See PDF route description.

Hiking shoes recommended.


Burial mounds.

Immediately after the start, the Roggelse Beek is followed in Roggel. The Leudal is a relatively high-lying sandy area through which the brooks flow in remarkably deep brook valleys cut into the sand. At the edge of the Leudal, the difference in height is clearly noticeable when walking from the stream valley of the Roggelse Beek to the higher covering sand area. In the Leudal the cemetery Busjop is visited, from which the name of this walking tour is derived. It is an extensive burial field with 17 burial mounds, including a long bed. After a visit to the Tungelroysche Beek, the walking tour continues towards the young estate Heijerhof. The estate with young forest and natural grassland forms a nice connection between the Leudal and the Exatenbosch. The route follows a path on the edge of the Exatenbosch with a beautiful view over the stream valley of the Haelense brook. The stream valley has again acquired a more natural character due to the meandering course of the stream. After leaving the Exatenbosch, the walking tour returns to the Leudal, where the Leubeek is followed in a number of places, including a visit to the St Elizabeth's Mill and the Leudalmuseum.


Download PDf for route description.

Map & Poi's.