8 Top walks in Limburg
Discover the hidden treasures of Limburg during a wonderful walk! The breathtaking landscape, from hillside forests to sunken roads, extensive heathland and the Maas, ensures that you never get bored. So put on your walking shoes and discover 8 unique walks that Limburg has to offer in this blog.
On a scavenger hunt - Vijlen: 5.6 Km.
You can go on an adventure with your kids on the Family Walk in Vijlen! During this treasure hunt they are given assignments and they learn more about the beautiful landscape and the animals in the area. The walk is easy to follow and not signposted, but you can download a pdf for the route. You start and end the walk at the cozy hotel Vijlerhof.
The Seven Mile Boots Route- Schimmert: 11.4 Km.
Schimmert is a cozy village full of adventure! Go on a journey of discovery along the Zevenmijlsbootroute and discover magical sights, such as the fairytale-like Water Tower of Schimmert, De Bockenhof Castle and the impressive Remigius Church. This route is an enchanting story full of giants and other fantastic creatures, specially made for adventurers of all ages!
Jeker and Stokstraatkwartier-Maastricht: 3.8 Km.
In Maastricht you can take a walk through the Jeker and Stokstraatkwartier, exploring the historic "kinderköpkes" and walking past iconic sights. Walk through the cozy alleys of the Jekerkwartier and admire the beautiful shops in the Stokstraatkwartier.
Walk through Wyck and Céramique - Maastricht: 2.9 Km.
The walk through the Wyck and Céramique districts in Maastricht is a must-do when you are in the city. The two parts of the city are very different and during the walk you can taste the energy of both. You will be drawn by the cozy feeling in Wyck to the modern and architecturally interesting Céramique.
Walk through the past - Maasgouw
Reveal the past of Maasgouw with the Archeoroute! Experience the history of places such as Thorn, Wessem and Stevensweert in a fun way by walking past archaeological sites. With the free app you can even collect 'found' objects. Go on a journey through the past of Maasgouw!
Panoramaroute- Kessel:8 Km.
The Panorama Route Kessel is an absolute must-visit for history enthusiasts. The village of Kessel is part of the #Limburgsepeel and during the walk you will definitely encounter many historical places from the peel past. By crossing the Maas with the ferry, you walk the old ferry road with a breathtaking view of Kessel, located on a hill on the banks of the Maas. The panoramic view shows Kasteel de Keverberg and the beautiful church by architect Cuypers, both worth a visit.
Round in Arcen: 5 km.
The village of Arcen is the perfect destination for a short walk full of history. Enjoy picturesque buildings, works of art and nice streets along the way, and make a pit stop for a nice coffee with Limburgse vlaai or a Hertog Jan beer. This walk is suitable for families with children and Arcen is worth a visit all year round. Don't forget to enjoy the view over the Maas! The route can also be followed via the signs 'Route 1 round Arcen'
Walking route Gennep: 7 Km.
The Gennep Walking Route is a fun and educational walk through the history of the city. The adventure starts at the beautiful old town hall, with its fairytale architecture from the 17th century and an impressive carillon. As you walk through the city, you will discover historical treasures such as the Predigt Haus, Het Petershuis, a breathtaking Gothic church tower, and the unique mosaic square. You also get an insight into the former water infrastructure of the city, with an excavated well and the replica of the city pump. This is an ideal hike for families with kids looking for a mix of history, adventure and exploration.
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