Both the Dutch and Belgian parts of the Limburg region are great for walking. If you’re looking for a wonderful hike in Limburg, then this Collection is for you. The Tours mostly take you through the border area between Belgium and the Netherlands, sometimes crossing from one country to the other. The Tours are easy to reach from both.
Here at VIVObarefoot, we’ve created this Collection so you can enjoy Limburg feet-first – with barefoot shoes you walk as naturally as possible, as if you’re going barefoot but with added protection. Using the biomechanics of your own foot, you feel closer to nature and improve the natural strength of your feet (up to +60% in 6 months).
That’s why the Tours from this Collection are not only beautiful walks with lots to see, but they have varied terrain, too. With our durable and minimalist shoes, you can feel every change in terrain right beneath your soles. You connect your feet with the ground and walk, run and hike naturally.
Whether you’re looking for an easy walk for the whole family, a route with little altitude to relieve your back, or just a Tour with a tough climb, you’ll find them here.
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Fancy a walk that combines nature with history and castles? Then this Tour from picturesque Valkenburg is really something for you. You can park your car in one of the many parking spaces in Valkenburg and feel free to have a cup of coffee on one of the cozy terraces. Today's route is just under 8 kilometers long, so you have plenty of time. Especially if you stay overnight in this cozy town on the Geul.
This walk through the Geul valley starts at the old church in Epen. As with the old half-timbered houses in this region, the bottom of the church is made of sandstone. That sandstone was quarried in one of the many quarries around here. Special, because the Geuldal is the only place in the Netherlands where this rock comes to the surface.