The Blauwe Kei (Blue Boulder) owes its name to a large blue slate from the ice age and is known for its lock complex. This surprising slice of nature on the border between Lommel and Mol, is interspersed with dunes, hay meadows, deciduous forests, heathland, fens, shallow ponds and marshes.
Tip: this nature reserve is home to rare birds such as the kingfisher, honey buzzard and hawk! A pair of binoculars and a camera are a must when visiting in autumn.
Starting point Blauwe Kei car park
Starting point Ecocentrum De Goren
The hiking loops are not wheelchair friendly. In dry weather, they are easy to do with a sturdy children’s pushchair