The Other Holland is splendid: rolling hills and a varied landscape that stretches as far as the eye can see, with a diversity of woodlands, heathlands, shifting sands, dikes and rivers. It’s a place to find peace and tranquillity, but somewhere you can also learn more about the area’s unique cultural heritage. In other words, it’s a walker’s paradise.
Walking through fields, country estates, along streams and across farms Klompenpaden (‘clog paths’) are cultural/historical rights of way across private property such as country estates and farmland. Clog paths follow historical, off-road routes as much as possible. A klompenpad walk is varied and can sometimes even be a little ‘adventurous’, requiring you to climb over stiles, cross wobbly bridges or walk through a field of cows.
Please note: No dogs allowed in order to avoid worrying the wild animals. Furthermore, the narrow unpaved paths are unsuitable for pushchairs and wheelchairs.