Hoge Kempen National Park
The Toeristiche Weg built 60 years ago on the Mechelse Heide was closed to road traffic as part of the park planning. Why not let yourself be pleasantly surprised by a special piece of Flemish nature in Terhills, the panoramic gateway area to the Hoge Kempen National Park. Hiking The national park offers hikers kilometres of hiking fun. Also at this gateway is the insect museum — a fascinating introduction to the world of creepy-crawlies.
Hoge Kempen National Park
With over hectares of forest and heath, the park covers the municipalities of Dilsen-Stokkem, Maasmechelen, Zutendaal, Lanaken, Genk and As. Nature lovers will find a great variety of nature in the park: extensive pine forests, purple heath, large water areas as well as high peaks and Hoge Kempen National Park animals make the park a real experience.
The national park offers a lot to hikers, cyclists and mountain bikers as well as to riders. Activities in the National Park The extensive national park is particularly suitable for sporting Hoge Kempen National Park. Via the five access gates, visitors find their way into the park and discover the breath-taking nature of Belgium. Hiking The national park offers hikers kilometres of hiking fun. Each access gate is the starting point for great routes through the park.
Visitors to the park will find hiking trails for all levels of difficulty and Glacier National Park To Great Falls Mt between 3 and 16 kilometres. These circular trails can be combined at will and depending on the endurance. The trails are well signposted on information boards and marker posts. The Hoge Kempen National Park is also suitable for hiking tours lasting several days.
In two, three or four days, hikers can discover the park on the kilometre long-distance hiking trail. Real adventurers can also camp on marked campsites.
There is also a 2-kilometre barefoot trail among the hiking trails. Stations with wood, stones and clay provide variety. Tip: Every 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month a local ranger expects visitors at one of the access gates. A reservation is not necessary, and visitors can participate spontaneously for a small participation fee.
Cycling Also, for cyclists the national park is a beautiful excursion place thanks to the varied surroundings. The network of cycle paths and junctions connects the paths so that visitors can create their own route. Every access gate also serves as a starting point and bicycles can be hired for spontaneous tours. Many of the routes are car-free and pleasant to drive on. Even if the routes include some climbs, cyclists are rewarded with a unique view at the end.
The blue signs mark the paths and lead through the park. E-bikers will also find numerous charging stations in the park. Mountain biking The new mountain bike network in the park is ideal for action fans. Mountain bikers can experience the National Park on kilometres of mountain bike trails spread over 6 loops. They will find their excursion destination Hoge Kempen National Park over kilometres of riding and carriage paths.
This network is also a hub system, which is why tours can be arranged individually. The riding trails rarely cross cycle paths or hiking trails and lead idyllically through the park. Hotel tips in the region The Romantik Hotel Hostellerie La Feuille d’Or is located in the Glacier National Park To Great Falls Mt vicinity of the National Park and invites guests to a relaxing stay after an eventful day in the National Park.
The hotel’s own gourmet restaurant welcomes guests with light French cuisine prepared from local produce. Hoge Kampen.
A walking and hiking paradise
And we mean that literally! The slope of the plateau to the west of the Maas valley is steep and rises 45 metres to form a step of sorts. E-bikers will also find numerous charging stations in the park.