Discover the Neder- Betuwe!
Neder-Betuwe has a beautiful river landscape with beautiful views, winding dikes and monuments, which is ideal for cycling, walking and strolling. Every season is surprisingly different.
For more information about existing routes and the bicycle junction system, please visit the following websites:
Walking on the clog paths
The clog paths are popular. They are paths in the agricultural cultural landscape that go as much as possible over the historical route and unpaved paths through farmland and estates. It tells both residents and walkers about the history of their environment. With these walking routes, Stichting Landschapsbeheer Gelderland and Landschap Erfgoed Utrecht hope to contribute in collaboration with residents, visitors, volunteers and municipalities to the liveability of the landscape and the cultural history and to increasing the accessibility of the countryside. More information can be found at : www.klompenpaden.nl.
The March Path
Take for example het 13 kilometerlange Marspad that takes you along banks, old stream beds and dikes in the beautiful outskirts of the municipalities of Neder-Betuwe and Buren. You can start at restaurant Het Gerecht, Dorpsplein 6 in Kesteren. Clogs, backpack and go!
Walking in Rivierenland
On the website of www.wandeleninrivierenland.nl there is a walking choice network that brings together 1,000 kilometers of walking routes and connects them with useful references. To give an example: the stroll route Dodewaard-Beuningen about which you can read: “Nowhere can you experience the water and the floodplain so close. In the Hiensche floodplains you will find endless peace and space. The floodplains are relatively low and often flood. That is why farmers rarely use this land. It is a place for plants and animals where they can go about their business undisturbed. “A great place for walkers to walk along a path along it.
Strolling is endless enjoyment of untouched flora and fauna. The stroll routes are signposted walks along the river Waal. With the walking shoes on, bread bin in the backpack and binoculars at the ready, you cross the floodplains. The nature lover enjoys the environment and the tranquility; the hiker of a sporting challenge.