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Cycle and Walking tracks

Holiday Park Delftse Hout is a perfect starting point for a nice hiking or cycling trip. Of course you can get several cycling and walking routes at the reception, but you can also download the routes below.

Cycling routes

Acker-Biesland Cycle route
Pijnacker-Nootdorp is a green municipality with many nature and recreation areas. Definitely worth the effort to cycle through. The Acker and Biesland cycle route will easily lead you along all the green areas in and around the municipality. You just follow the signs...

Download the Acker-Biesland cycle route

Cycling through Middle Delfland
These cycling routes of Delfland's water board will show you a beautiful area where Delfland is proud and economical: strong dikes, polders, impressive mills, large pools and more.

Download the cycling route through the middle Delfland

Water in Delfland; A bike Tour
With this bike tour you will be acquainted with many aspects of the water in Delfland.

Download the water cycling route in Delfland 

Guided cycle tour

A fun and sporty way to discover the centre of Delft and the surrounding nature is by bike! With this bicycle tour a local guide (from Green Cow Bike Tours) will take you to the most beautiful places in and around Delft. This bicycle tour will lead you through the historical old centre but also through the green Middle Delft Country. Extra nice: if you bring your own bike you get a discount on the tour! Read more

 

Walking route

From TOP Dobbeplas you first walk along the cycle path towards the 89 bicycle junction. There you can see the blue posts which are the markers of the poplar route. This route runs along the Dobbeplas through the Bieslandse Bos. Here you will find woods and swamp, bushes and open polder. The Bieslandse Polder is pumped dry around 1780. The mill without wings at the Noordeindseweg dates back from that time. Beautiful is the Creeks route. The Creeks area is much lower than the surrounding polder because peat has been stung here in the past. The many water that is now in the deeper parts, creates a swampy character. Galloway cattle and Icelandic horses keep the area open.

Download the poplar route here