You can start the route at:
- Parking space along the Treeker Punt, Doornseweg 23, 3931 MH in Woudenberg
The route is marked with wooden posts with the international MTB sign in red (triangle with 2 circles underneath).
At Den Treek-Henschoten Family Estate, the dry nature of the higher Utrechtse Heuvelrug gradually merges into the wet nature of the lower Gelderse Vallei. This gradual transition creates an exciting and varied landscape. Much of the original nature has been restored on the estate. You'll find wet heaths around the Hazenwater and the largest heath ribbon in the Netherlands on which overgrown heath has been opened and grassed heath has been plagued.
Den Treek-Henschoten has been a forestry estate since 1807. The extensive forests and stately avenues are still living proof of this. Wood production has traditionally been an important part of the management of the estate. The forests are managed according to the principle of integrated forest management, whereby the different functions of the forests are stimulated together. These functions are: wood harvest, nature experience and forest experience. A flock of sheep also grazes in the area.
Den Treek-Henschoten offers great landscape diversity through a varied combination of cultural-historical and landscape elements.