National Park De Hoge Veluwe
National Park De Hoge Veluwe covers around 5,500 hectares, making it one of Holland's largest National Parks. The park is an ancient man-made landscape that consists of natural and cultivated woodland and parkland. The Veluwe is famous for its varied wildlife, including deer and wild boar, and plant species that are native to a heath and drift sand landscape.
Free White Bikes
One of the characteristics of National Park de Hoge Veluwe is that it is home to 1,700 white bikes. You can use these bikes free of charge to cycle along the 42 kilometers of paths. Children’s bikes, wheelchair bikes and tandems for the disabled are also available. If you enjoy horseback riding, you can use the special bridle paths to explore the park.
You can also visit one of the many exhibitions in the Visitors Center and the Kröller-Müller Museum with its sculpture garden and the largest privately owned Van Gogh collection. Maps indicating all routes within the park and the museum are available at the entrance.