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The Bedafse and Slabroekse Hills

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.

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Vressels forest

Walking tour through the Vresselsbos also called Vressels Bos, Vresselse Bos or Vresselsche Bosch. Not only does the name have quite a few variations, the area itself is a beautifully varied area with narrow winding forest paths interspersed with wide forest paths with some small fens in the forest.

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Through the valley of the Beerze

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.

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To the Ruweeuwsels

Walking tour through Stiphout forests, the hamlet of Achterbosch and the Ruweeuwsels. The Stiphout forests is a forest area on the border of the three municipalities of Helmond, Laarbeek and the municipality of Nuenen, Gerwen and Nederwetten. The walking tour goes through the Stiphout forests through the Molenheide and Geeneindse Heide areas.

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Hazenputten Route

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.

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Through the Maasheggen

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.

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The Bunthorst

Walking tour through the Bunthorst, Groote Slink and Krim estates. The three areas are mined sub-areas of a much larger Peel area that has once been in this area. The peeling area consisted of an immense bare plain that offered no shelter anywhere. Much of the Peel area has been cultivated as an agricultural area.

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Esperloop Tour

Walking tour through the Grotelsche heather, also known as the Grotelsche forest. The area consists of alternating forests, some small heaths and larger areas of grassland. The heathland area was planted with pines in the 1930s of the 20th century, as in so many places in Brabant. A few agricultural plots were added to the area in 2005, creating a nice combination of woodland with vistas and open grasslands.

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The Kattelaarsput

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.

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Liessel forests

This walking tour goes through the outskirts of Liessel including the hamlet of Leensel and the forests of Liessel. The Liessel forest can be classified as a typical Brabant forest. It is a young pine forest area that has been planted on a former drifting sand area.

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Cartierheide

This gps walking route goes through the De Kempen Forestry, along the Cartierheide, through forest and along the heathland in development. In De Kempen, on the border of the Netherlands and Belgium, civilization is far away with the exception of the short stretch next to the motorway. Sandy roads lead past fields and through endless forests. Where the pine forests give way, lies the large, quiet heath with drifting sand and swamps.

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Landgoed d'Utrecht

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 spiral that takes you 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.

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Huis ter Heide

Huis ter Heide Estate is located between the villages De Moer and Loon op Zand, northwest of Tilburg. It is a 958 ha attractive nature reserve with fens, fields, varied deciduous and coniferous forests and a country house from 1864. City noises and highway nuisance rarely penetrate the forest area. During this short but varied walk you have a beautiful view of the Leikeven halfway. You will find Scottish Highlanders in the area. These large grazers ensure a better soil structure and variation in vegetation.

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The Malpie

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.

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Brabantse Wal - Frog Path

This short walking route passes eleven large and small fens, including the Forgotten Ven, Driebloksven and Oude Wasseven. In addition, the path leads along forest, heath and cultural landscape. With a little luck you will come across a herd of sheep or deer on the way. Or you can hear a concert of the many songbirds. Each season has its own appearance, but especially in August, when the heather blooms, this is highly recommended.

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Landgoed De Moeren

This gps walk starts in De Moeren. The entire estate consists of forest, heath and agricultural areas. This whole is separated by many avenues and canals, which also form the characteristic landscape. The second part leads through the De Pannenhoef nature reserve with a beautiful moorland and pine forests.

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Panorama Path Bergeyk

The Plateaux forms a whole with the Belgian nature reserve Hageven to the south of Valkenswaard and lies between dry sandy soils and the Dommel stream valley. Enjoy the varied landscape during this walk. Walk across the flow meadows, walk through the forest and stroll along the hiking trails between heathland and fens. Without realizing it, you crossed the border over the winding paths and you are in Belgium.

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