This gently undulating cycling route takes you in tow through the Hoge Kempen National Park. This region has been shaped by its past as an industrial mining and gravel extraction site. From Terhills, the former mine site in Eisden, it goes straight through the Garden District to the Mechelse Heide. The ‘Cycling through Heathland’ experience route presents you with unique views of the heath landscape alternating with rugged pine forests. The former gravel extraction creates beautiful water features in the Kikbeek Spring Valley further on. It heads through shady forests towards Pietersheim. Here, everything revolves around the history of the photogenic castle and the 12th-century moated castle. Another Instaworthy spot? Oud-Rekem, the most beautiful village in Flanders.