Created by water, ice and wind. Shaped by people with passion and willpower. De Hoge Veluwe National Park, with its 5,400 hectares, is the largest privately managed nature reserve in the Netherlands. The park is completely fenced and consists of open landscapes with sloping heaths and sandy plains, interspersed with stately old forests that date back to the time of the many private country estates in the area. From 1906, various adjacent sites were purchased and merged by the nature and art-loving couple Kröller-Müller. And with that they formed the basis for a kind of landscape museum where nature, art and culture embrace each other.
Cycling around Otterlo
An impressive landscape with mixed forests, wet and dry heathland, grass plains and sand dune areas