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Walking excursions in The Hague’s nature

Published: 6 September 2018Modified: 18 September 2018

The Hague’s nature is beautiful and diverse. The municipality will organise walking excursions in nature from 1 September to 27 October. Join a walk and discover The Hague’s forests, parks, dunes and country estates.

For example, during a walk in Clingendael Park you can taste edible plants found growing in nature. A guide from the IVN will help you discover the sand motor, the Oostduinen, the Ockenburgh, Oosterbeek and Clingendael country estates, De Heimanshof, Park Sorghvliet and the hidden nature along the Scheveningen boulevard and harbour. Or stroll past historic trees in the downtown area with storyteller Maurits Burger. There will be workshops for children during the Autumn Break in Westduinpark.

Looking for edible plants in Clingendael Park (photo: Martijn Beekman)
Looking for edible plants in Clingendael Park (photo: Martijn Beekman)

Register

There are a limited number of spaces per activity, so be sure to register quickly. In order to give as many people the opportunity to take part, you will be able to register a maximum of 4 people for a maximum of 2 excursions.

The explanations will be given mainly in Dutch. All activities are free of charge.

Please register through the web page of the specific walk you are interested in. The complete programme can be found at www.hethaagsegroen.nl.

Join an excursion through Clingendael
Join an excursion through Clingendael