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Groningen is known for its vastness, tranquility and openness. Yet her landscape is very varied; from the forests and stream valleys of Westerwolde to the scenic landscape of the Westerkwartier and from the mound villages and farmlands on the Hogeland to the Wadden coast, which is part of UNESCO World Heritage. This variation in landscapes makes the Groningen region an attractive walking area. According to The Nature Pyramid, one should visit nature in the region once a week to stay healthy; in Groningen there are plenty of opportunities to discover new places and landscapes!
For now, take a look at the website . Discover everything about Het Groninger Landschap and help! † Here you can find various activities in nature, such as:
A walk on the Punt van Reide: discover the unique nature and culture of the Breebaart polder and enjoy the beautiful view over the Dollard.
A detour through the meadows around the Reitdiep Visitor Centre: a short walk through an ancient landscape rich in culture and history.
A Christmas walk through the Ennemaborg estate: enjoy the winter atmosphere and finish with a mulled wine around the fireplace.
For more inspiration, check out the blog 10 x Hiking in the nature around Groningen ( 10 x Hiking in the nature around Groningen - Discover Groningen ). The blog makes suggestions for hiking routes and places of interest for ten nature reserves.
For further information you can visit the website of visitgroningen.nl, where a distinction is made between city walks ( City walks | Visit Groningen ) and beautiful nature areas in the province ( Walking spots in Groningen | Visit Groningen ).
On the website of the Staatsbosbeheer ( Nature Reserves of Staatsbosbeheer ) you can find information about activities, walking routes and places of interest for each Groningen nature reserve. There are various walking routes in 't Roegwold, sights such as Allersmaborg and Theetuin Blotevoetenhof in the Westerkwartier and recreational opportunities in the Oude Veenkoloniën.