Best trails in Maastricht, Limburg

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Looking for a great trail near Maastricht, Limburg? AllTrails has 14 great hiking trails, river trails, views trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails in Nationaal Park Hoge Kempen, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Brunsummerheide or Leudal. Ready for some activity? There are 9 moderate trails in Maastricht ranging from 6.6 to 409.2 miles and from 137 to 1,866 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!
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Top trails (14)
#1 - Pieterpad: Strabeek - Sint Pietersberg [Leg 2.13]
Maastricht, Limburg, Netherlands
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Length: 10.5 mi • Est. 4 h 13 m
Beautiful walking route from Maastricht to Valkenburg, with a stop at Fort Sint Pieter. Beautiful Limburg area with a number of historically interesting points.Show more
#2 - Sint Pietersberg
Maastricht, Limburg, Netherlands
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Length: 6.6 mi • Est. 2 h 40 m
Walk around the Sint Pietersberg with this fascinating walk through a nature reserve and past historic sights. The rare nature in this area makes for a beautiful walk. The landscapes are hilly, you pass limy grasslands where butterflies live and lookout point "de Ster van d'n Observant". Of course you will not miss Fort Sint Pieter on this walk and you will pass the quarry d'n Observant and the Devil's Cave, the old lime quarry. This trail is marked with red signs.Show more
#3 - Jeker Valley: Maastricht - Kanne Loop
Maastricht, Limburg, Netherlands
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Length: 7.4 mi • Est. 3 h 38 m
The Jeker valley near Maastricht is a perfect area for walking into the Limburg countryside from the historic city center. The valley is known for beautiful views. The route takes you over the Sint-Pietersberg and past vineyards back into the center of Maastricht.Show more
#4 - From Maastricht to Château Neercanne
Maastricht, Limburg, Netherlands
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Length: 9.4 mi • Est. 4 h 26 m
Start this trail in the city of Maastricht and follow the route to Chateau Neercanne. The Jesuit path takes you past a field with snowdrops to the Cannerbos, with its pyramid in the middle. A narrow path takes you to the other side of the river and you will pass a number of old farms, the oldest dating back to 1650. Here the path follows the river Jeker, where you may get lucky and see a kingfisher. On the other side of the Jeker you climb the stairs to the Pietersberg. Down again you see Devil's Cave, where people once lived. The pond is specially made for frogs, toads and salamanders to breed.Show more
#5 - Groene Weg Naar De Middellandse Zee: Maastricht - Marnay (Deel 1)
Maastricht, Limburg, Netherlands
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Length: 409.2 mi
This is the first part of the Groene Weg, a cycle route that runs from Maastricht to the Mediterranean. This part partly follows the banks of the Saône and is characterized by hilly landscapes. The roads are all quiet cycle paths and avoid busy roads. Most of the paths are paved, with the exception of a few towpaths. You climb a bit during the route, but it is doable for holiday cyclists.Show more
#6 - Wandelen Ceramique
Maastricht, Limburg, Netherlands
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Length: 2.4 mi • Est. 1 h 9 m
Where previously the factory site of the Société Céramique - later Sphinx-Céramique, the Maastricht earthenware factory - was, a totally new neighborhood was born in a short time. It has become a mixture of homes, offices, shops and public buildings. There are quite a few architectural highlights. Government architect Jo Coenen coordinated the total plan. Together with numerous architects, they have designed a neighborhood that attracts interested far beyond our borders. There is therefore a lot to see. Not everyone is enthusiastic about the buildings, so this walk, you can form your own judgment. Start at Maastricht Station and immediately turn left (Spoorweglaan), Second street right (Akerstraat). Cross the roads and tunnel at the Wilhelminasingel and go diagonally left into the Clermonluet. Here we see La Porta, the building consists of two parts. The left part is designed by Fons Rats. The green ceramic discs at the stairwells indicate the ceramics industry in this area. This building contains 131 apartments. The part on the Sphinxlunet has been designed by Theo Teeken. Note the special balconies. Cross the Sphinxlunet and walk to Cortile. This gigantic building contains 310 apartments. It is a design by the Belgian architect Bruno Albert. The pedestrian passages are typical of the Céramique site. You will come across a construction site where houses are still being built. Turn right via the Mosalunet to Avenue Céeramique. Left here and we are in front of the Government Office Building, designed by the Dutch architect Hubert Jan Henket. The inner court of this office complex is designed as an atrium. This building has a natural ventilation system. Turn left into the Remalunet. At the end, turn right onto Heugemerweg. Now walk along the old factory wall. Through the gate, walk to Jardin Céramique, an apartment complex of the Spanish architecture firm MBM (Martorell, Bohi-gas and Mackay). Go around the pond and arrive in the Stellalunet, where apartments are still being built. Turn right onto Avenue Céramique. This is where the Kunsthotel, a design by Arno Meijs, is realized. Immediately on the left, now you will come to Il Fiore (flower branch) an office building in the shape of a flower. The shape refers to the most famous porcelain decor, the farmer's fur. A fine example of architecture, designed by Dutch architect Herman Hertzberger. Cross the Renier Nafzgerstraat and see in front the black office building Indigo, designed by architect Wiel Arets, known for his designs with glass building blocks (City Academy). As you walk under the bridge and arrive at the Waterlei-dingsmaatschappij Limburg office building, designed by architect Jo Jansen. Note the life-sized photos. Again, cross the Avenue Céramique and arrive at the office buildings of Vodafone, which are built on either side of the Kennedy bridge. Designed by Arno Meijs. On the roundabout you will see a work of art by the Italian designer Maura Biava. The stars stand loose on the stems and turn with the wind. They symbolize the united Europe. And then go to the Bonnefanten Museum. This striking building was designed by the Italian architect Aldo Rossi. The tower of the museum is very defining, especially when standing on the other side of the Maas. If possible, definitely worth a look at Maastricht from the tower. The building dates from 1995. Diagonally opposite the museum is the Wiebengahal, part of the museum. The Wiebengahal was part of the factory. It has been preserved because one of the first examples is the "New Building". It was designed in 1910 by Jan Gerko Wiebenga. At the end of the Wiebengahal, turn left into the Daemslunet. Turn right at the end. You are now approaching the Stoa, Bellefroidlunet. This is an apartment complex with a total length of 300 meters. It has 130 apartments and was designed by the Swiss architect Luigi Snozzi. The purpose of this large block is to connect the Bonnefanten Museum and the Center Céramique. On your right you will find Patio Sevilla, a design by the Spanish architects Antonio Cruz and Antonio Ortis. Then pass the Levignelunet and on the right is Carré des Palmiers, a design by the Maastricht architect Harry Gulikers. And turn right onto the Zeguerslunet. At the end turn immediately left again onto Avenue Céramique. Now you will see Résidence Sonneville, a design by the Belgian architect Bob van Reeth. Because of the big fence it looks like a prison. The special feature of this building is the zinc roof covering. You continue straight ahead, you cross the street and you go up the stairs. Now you are at the Center Céramique, a design by the architect Jo Coenen. This building houses the city library, the municipal archives and the European Journalist Center. It also serves as a city hall.Show more
#7 - Maastricht en Meuse Ronde
Maastricht, Limburg, Netherlands
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Length: 24.6 mi
#8 - Maastricht - Jekerdal - Kanne - Albertkanaal - Zonneberg
Maastricht, Limburg, Netherlands
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Length: 10.4 mi • Est. 4 h 12 m
From Maastricht, walk around the Sint Pietersberg along Kanne, the Albert Canal and Zonneberg through the beautiful valley Jekerdal. The walk takes you over hilly countryside with beautiful views, along rivers and canals, country estates and country houses and along some of the quarries for which this area is famous.Show more
#9 - Heuvelland Marathon 2020
Maastricht, Limburg, Netherlands
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Length: 25.6 mi
This is the route of the 2020 Heuvelland Marathon. For more information about the race: https://www.bearsports.nl/events/rabobank-heuvelland-marathon/Show more
#10 - Via Francigena: Maastricht - Visé
Maastricht, Limburg, Netherlands
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Length: 9.1 mi • Est. 4 h 4 m
Walk for pilgrims on their way to Rome - The Way of the Franks, Via Francigena, or de Weg van de Franken. This section is from Maastricht to Visé.Show more
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