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Green Stop walk Beneden-Dijlevallei

The Green Stop trail Beneden-Dijlevallei is a special walk, mapped out through the Beneden-Dijlevallei, an area of special natural beauty. A green stop trail starts and ends at a bus or tram stop. They are so-called 'Green Stops' [Groene Haltes] and can be recognised by the Green Stop logo. Along this trail all the bus stops are Green Stops.

The walk brochure contains trails that are 5, 8 or 13 kilometres long, departing from the De Nekker sports park.

A delightful green area is being preserved at the Zennegat in Battel. Natuurpunt manages quite a number of nature reserves, inc. the Zennegat, the Mechels Broek, the Barebeekmonding, Cassenbroek, Mispeldonk, Pikhakendonk and 't Ven. All these areas are links in one big chain: the Beneden-Dijlevallei.

In a region where there is increasing urbanisation, a large nature reserve offers significant added value for the quality of living in the region. Natuurpunt works at this every day by purchasing new areas or entering into sustainable agreements, by building nature trails, etc. The plants and animals react well to this conservation, but an increasing number of people ar also discovering this haven of peace. The valley of the river Dijle, with its beautiful scenery and wonderful nature, has everything required to make a green heart beat faster.

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1,50 EUR

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Muizenhoekstraat 7, Mechelen

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