A unique crossing of three canals is the backbone of our green region. If you want to spend time here, make sure to have your walking shoes ready.
It is not for nothing that the 'green boot' – that's what the district of Mol looks like on the map – was awarded the title of 'Walking district of the year' in 2004. No less than 400 kilometres of signposted footpaths await you. This collection of fifteen themed walks showcases all the different aspects that Mol has to offer. For most walks you have a choice of several different distances. So both experienced and novice walkers will find something to suit them.
There is a separate walk folder for each walk containing all the necessary and interesting information.
The walking maps are available from the activities department and the Eco centre for 1 euro per map. Each Five-Leafed Clover costs 1.5 euros, but for this you also get five different walks around the abbey.
Besides the themed walks you can also take part in a guided walk in one of the splendid nature reserves around the park. You should allow two hours for a walk and the cost is 25 euros (max. 25 people).
You can book at the Eco centre.
Spotlight on: wheelchair paths
Two wheelchair paths also leave from the Zilvermeer (Natuurleerpad (educational nature path) and Buitengoorpad (open air smells path)). Both paths have a solid surface and provide a beautiful view on the Buitengoor nature area.
De Goren Eco centre
Nature education in and around the Zilvermeer.
tel.: 014 81 66 07
fax: 014 81 74 25