The start of this trail seems to follow the famous "Pieterpad," a hiking trail from the north to the south of the Netherlands. Be careful of the many hikers you'll meet on your path on the more sunny days, especially on weekends during the summer.
Markers: Two blue circles below a triangle
Parking: You can park in the center on the Severenplein of Amby (Maastricht), but these parking places require a fee. If you drive around a little, you'll find many alternative parking places (paid or free). Take care to select a parking spot where parking is allowed and that does not bother the locals.
The trail runs through the hills of Limburg around the city of Maastricht. The trail varies from wide trail to singletrack that is sandy, muddy, rocky with some stretches of asphalt. It heads through forests, plains, nature and village areas. It is one one the easier trails in Limburg that still gives you a nice view of the country. The climbs and descents are slow and easy but much longer than you'll find in most other provinces of the Netherlands. This is a good first trail if you want to explore the Limburg trails and want to start easy.