The first stage from Weert to Altweerterheide goes through the recreation and nature reserve De IJzeren Man, along the Kruispeel and through the Laurabossen.

This stage from Sevenum to America goes through the Heesbeemden, the Aardsbroek and the forest areas Heesberg and Steegberg.

The second stage from Altweerterheide to Stramproy goes along the Tungelroyse Beek, through the Wijffelterbroek, the Smeetshof and the Stramprooierbroek.

This stage from America to Castenray goes through the Schadijks forests and the Castenrays fens.

This stage from Stramproy to Tungelroy goes through Areven, the stream valley of the Tungelroyse Beek and the Tungelerwallen.

This stage from Castenray to Leunen goes through the Castenrayse Vennen, the Castenrays Broek, the forests of Breeheide, Hoogriebroek and the Leunense Paes.

This stage from Tungelroy to Ell goes through De Krang, the Ellburg in the stream valley of the Tungelroyse Beek and the Heijkersbroek.

This stage from Leunen to Merselo goes through the Loobeek valley, the municipal forests Kempkensberg and the Testrik. Both towns and a few other towns arose around the old center of Venray.

This stage from Ell to Nederweert-Eind, goes along the Wessem-Nederweert canal, through the Wellensteyn forest area, the Kwegt wetland area and along the Sars fen. Peat extraction has taken place in a large part of the area through which this stage runs.

This stage from Merselo to Overloon goes through the edge of the Ballonzuil forests and the Overloonse Duinen. During this stage, the original peel area at Overloon will be left for a while.

This stage from Nederweert-Eind to Heibloem goes through the Banen, the Zoom, the Zwarte Peel, the Nederpeel and the Spanish Forest.

This stage from Overloon to De Rips goes through the forest areas Het Helder, Ballonzuilbossen, Zwartwater, Vinkenpeel and the Aerlesche Peel.

This stage goes through the nature reserves De Waterbloem, the Kleine Moost, the Simonshoekse bos and the De Groote Peel National Park.

This stage from De Rips to Miheeze goes through the nature reserves Beestenveld, Klotterpeel and Stempelberg. All these areas are reclaimed peeling areas, at the De Rips Forest Museum you can get a good impression of what the area looked like in the past and how the areas were reclaimed.

This stage from Ospeldijk to Heusden goes through the Groote Peel, Witte Bergen and the Starkriet.

This stage from Milheeze to Elsendorp goes through the Nederheide, the Stempelberg, De Sijp and Cleefswit.

This stage from Heusden to Liessel goes through the Dennendijkse Bossen and the Liesselse Bossen. It will not be immediately recognizable in the landscape, but the towns of Heusden and Liessel were also part of the peel area.

The stage from Elsendorp to Landhorst goes through the Krim, Bunthorst, and Groote Slink estates and through the Sint Anthonisbos.

This stage from Liessel to Griendtsveen goes through the Deurnsche Peel. During this stage you will become acquainted with the second somewhat larger peel area, the Deurnsche Peel and the Leegveld with new nature on the edge of the Deurnsche Peel.

This alternative stage from Elsendorp to Sint Anthonis, the latter more easily accessible by public transport, goes through the Krim, Bunthorst and Groote Slink estates and through the Sint Anthonis forest.

This stage from Griendtsveen to Helenaveen goes through the Mariapeel, Mariaveen and the Broemeerbos.

The stage goes from the peat mining village of Landhorst to Wilbertoord, also a peat mining village. Landhorst is difficult to reach in terms of public transport. Alternatively, you can also walk stage 23a and start in Sint Anthonis.

This stage from Helenaveen to Grashoek goes through the peel remnants 't Zinkske,' t Molentje, Scherliet, Het Kwakvors and the Marisberg forest area.

The stage goes from Sint Anthonis to Wilbertoord, a peat mining village.

This stage from Grashoek to Sevenum goes through the Schatberg forest area, the Molenbeekdal and the Elsbeemden.