Walking tour through the nature reserves Beestenveld, Klotterpeel and the Stippelberg estate. Together with the Nederheide, these areas form the largest contiguous nature reserve in East Brabant.
Type: Circular walk
Height gain: No information available
Way mark: See PDF route description
Dog: Allowed on leach
Dots in the landscape.
The Beestenveld was originally a forest for mining, which is increasingly evolving into a varied forest. The Klotterpeel is the remnant of an once extensive peat area that now consists of some moist heathland with a fen, in which there are remains of an old peel boat, the name refers to the peat farm. The Stippelberg estate consists of two parts, the eastern part consists of beautiful avenues that belong to the country house, the western part consists of pine forest with dots in the landscape. Those countless dots are drifting dunes that were created by sand drifts. The Stippelberg estate owes its name to these hills. During the tour one passes by a small forest museum, the remains of trenches and one can of bucket.
92% of this walking tour is unpaved.
- Website: https://www.klikprintenwandel.nl/