Until the Middle Ages, the Steenberg forest was part of a large forest belt in the region. The forest, today a valuable nature reserve with various valleys, descends a 30 meter deep slope and extends over a dozen hectares. In the meadows on the outskirts, cattle help with nature conservation in the summer. On the route there are many chapels and crosses that adorn the landscape. The views on this route are truly breathtaking.

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