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To the Sint Anthonis forest

Sint Anthonis forest

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.

Distance: 16 km.

Time: 3h30.

Grade: Moderate.

Type: Circular.

Gps Track: Yes.

Route description: Yes.

Wheelchair: Not suitable.

Dog: Allowed.

Height gain: No info.

Trail: 64% unpaved.

Marking: See PDF route description.

Hiking shoes recommended.


Ullingse Bergen.

The Sint Anthonis forest is originally a production forest that has been transformed by years of management into a very attractive forest area with a centrally located large open heathland the Ullingse Bergen. Scottish highlanders and sheep keep the area open in the heathland but also in a part of the forest. The hike comes in the Ullingse Bergen along a sheepfold with often the herd of sheep in the immediate vicinity.

Sint Anthonis

Download PDf for route description.

Map & Poi's.

POI 1 - Korenbloem mill.

The De Korenbloem post mill is a very old mill that had two other locations before the relocation to Oploo. Before 1663 this mill was in 's Hertogenbosch.

No additional information.

POI 2 - D'n Olliemeulen.

The mill belonged to the Heerlijkheid Oploo in 1516, the current mill building dates from 1725. The mill has been used as an oil, grain and peeling mill over the centuries and is currently being used by St. Matthias Guild.

No additional information.