The Maastricht-Vaals tram line walk is an approximately 48-kilometre long walk that starts in Maastricht and ends in Vaals. The walking tour is divided into four parts of approximately 10 kilometers with public transport at each start and end point. The walking tour was created by Léon Gulikers, who came up with the plan to take a walking tour on the disappeared tram line Maastricht-Vaals, 100 years after the official opening in 1922, along the remaining elements of this tram line that were discontinued in 1938.

The Peel Path is approximately 415 kilometers long of which 80% is unpaved. The path starts in Weert and ends in Grave and consists of 25 stages, all stages start and end near bus stops in a village. The Peel is a largely vanished high moor area on the border of Noord-Brabant and Limburg that stretched from Weert in the south and Grave in the north, an area that was hardly accessible over the centuries.

The Tungelroyse Brook Path is a 141 kilometer long path that goes from Lozen (Bocholt) in Belgium to Neer at the Maas in the Netherlands. The Tungelroyse Brook plays an important role in water management in Central Limburg. The stream is one of the few larger natural waterways in the Netherlands that flows from west to east. The Tungelroyse Brook receives water from the Ringsel fen near Budel-Dorplein. The Ringsel fen, which consists of several fens, is in turn under the influence of the Hamonter brook from the Lozerheide in Belgium at the place Lozen at the start of the first stage.